BGB's Commitment To The Circular Economy

BGB's Commitment To The Circular Economy

"A circular economy is an economic system aimed at eliminating waste and the continual use of resources.” The Ellen MacArthur Foundation

BGB takes its duty to its customers and the environment seriously. Given its work in the renewables sector, BGB is constantly seeking ways to improve its processes and reduce its environmental impact. We believe the circular economy is the key to a more sustainable future and we are eager to find ways to apply circular economy principles in all areas of the business.

A circular economy is a systemic approach to economic development designed to benefit businesses, society, and the environment. In contrast to the ‘take-make-waste’ linear model, a circular economy is regenerative by design and aims to gradually decouple growth from the consumption of finite resources.

BGB’s strategy to increase its commitment to the Circular Economy is based on four principles:

>  Design out waste and pollution

>  Keep products and materials in use

>  Regenerate natural systems

>  Employee buy-in and engagement


BGB provides solutions to industries leading the way in sustainability and recycling such as Wind & Renewable EnergyWastewater Treatment and Aquaculture.

Optimized for quality and maintenance, BGB also offers servitization options for our customers that have demanding uptime requirements and environmental drivers. Extended warranties and our repair pool service ensure that you are never waiting for spare parts. This way of working allows our design team to optimize for quality and longevity instead of consumption and price; ensuring that we continue to provide sustainable solutions for a better world tomorrow.

The world around us is changing and BGB is ready to change along with it.

School Challenge - Think Circular

We recently set Allington with Sedgebrook CofE Primary school a Circular Economy challenge where all the pupils and staff were tasked with finding everyday items and repurposing them. The results were amazing and the children really bought into the challenge!  Click the video below to see the fantastic creations the 6-11 year-olds produced:

If you represent a school local to BGB and would like to learn more, get in touchemail us

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