The circular economy is an economic concept that is interrelated with sustainability and aimed at the value of products, materials and resources (water, energy, etc.) being maintained in the economy for as long as possible, reducing waste generation to a minimum. The goal is to implement a new, circular (rather than linear) economy based on the principle of “closing the life cycle” of products, services, waste, material, water and energy.
To optimise consumption and enhance resource recycling
To streamline the consumption of raw materials.
To reduce waste generation and promote its transformation into by-products
Management To contribute to the development of circular economy regulations.
To determine impact and performance.
Streamlining the consumption of raw materials
Innovative, safer and environmentally sustainable method consisting of the use of trenchers capable of cutting narrower and cleaner vertical-cut trenches than traditional equipment during pipe-laying work for a gas network.
Wind powerClean and renewable energy
Wind power, as a clean, renewable and low environmental impact technology, is part of the circular economy solution, understood as the circular flow of resource-product-recycled resources aimed at reducing both the use of raw materials and waste generation.
Renewable GasRenewable natural gas
The initial product from renewable natural gas is biogas (producer gas), which is put through a separation process to remove inert substances (basically CO2) and achieve high methane concentrations. Naturgy is engaged in the Renewable Gas Mixed Unit, Power to Biomethane Metamorphosis, Arazuri and Smart Green Gas projects.