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What is Take-Make-Dispose Model

Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship Development and Opportunities in Circular Economy
A linear model of resource consumption that harvest and extract materials, use them to manufacture a product, and sell the product to a consumer, who then discards it as a waste.
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Linear Economy to Circular Economy: Planned Obsolescence to Cradle-to-Cradle Product Perspective
Pınar Özkan (Dokuz Eylül University, Turkey) and Ezgi Karataş Yücel (Dokuz Eylül University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-5116-5.ch004
The reflections of linear and circular economy models, which are completely separated from each other in the ways of evaluating resources and wastes, also differ completely in the production and consumption processes. The linear economy, which consists of production and consumption mechanisms, converts resources into waste after using one time and is supported by planned obsolescence practices and causes economic and environmental damages. The scarcity of resources and the pressure of environmental pollution have led to an industrial transformation in which production and consumption forms redesigned in a way that does not create waste. Because of this transformation, the circular economy model emerged, and its application direction evolved to cradle-to-cradle practices. In this study, firstly, the linear economy model and planned obsolescence are discussed, and then circular economy and cradle-to-cradle applications are explained with examples.
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Circular Economy as a New Sustainable Development Paradigm: Some Open Questions and Issues
This is the current economic practice of reducing, reusing, and recycling products and materials in production, distribution, and consumption.
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