Circular Economy

Earth Day: How 'circular design' can lower carbon emissions

An employee of Egyptian Electronics Recycling Company (EERC) works with parts of different types of electronic machines to be recycled into pieces of gold, silver and other precious metals at a factory in the Industrial Zone, Giza suburb, Egypt, August 26, 2021. Picture taken August 26, 2021.

Products and components produced through circular design last longer. Image: REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh.

Glen Robson
Chief Technology Officer, Client Solutions Group, Dell Technologies
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