A large building stands in the yard of a ferrochrome mill in Tornio near the Arctic Circle. Thousands of tonnes of waste slag are converted into quality-certified earthwork products here and sold into the building and road construction industries. Meanwhile, at a nearby school, the children are being taught the basics of a new, more resource-efficient economy. At the town hall, the wise use of natural resources is voted in as a cornerstone of the municipal strategy. In Finland, every sector of society is turning towards new and necessary ways for sustainable life.

The circular economy ...


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