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Circular economy consulting
We help our clients to map the benefits and capture the value of the circular economy.
Circular economy help businesses address 5 challenges.
We have designed innovative services (below), leveraging more than 200 circular economy projects in the last 10 years.
We assist companies to define and execute a robust circular economy strategy. Lean more.
We help purchasing departments to adopt circular sourcing strategies to reduce costs, secure supplies and save resources. Lean more.
We assist sales and marketing departments to sell products more than once. Contact us to learn more.
We help companies to find alternative materials, packagings or distribution models to reduce plastic consumption for packaging. Learn more.
We deliver trainings to build our clients capabilities. Our training program features three modules that can be customised to our client needs. Contact us to learn more.
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) requires 50,000 companies in the EU to disclose data related to resource use and circular economy. What is ESRS E5, resources use and circular economy? How to prepare for the disclosure? And how we can help. Learn more.
We provide circular economy consulting services mainly to corporations, from a wide range of industries. We also work with territories and business associations. Our clients include:
Exponential demand for critical materials, driven by the energy transition, may trigger supply chain problems. Circular economy business models could help decouple the renewable energy sector from material consumption. However, facing major economic, regulatory and financial barriers, the transition of the sector towards a circular economy still has a long way to go. In our report for the Green Purposes Company, we propose an action plan for the renewable energy sector to be fully aligned with the principles of a circular economy and reap its benefits.
The materials industry is a major source of CO2 emission. To reduce these emissions, it needs to transition to a circular economy.
The power of digital technologies to enable the circular economy.
Developing countries have not benefited from the linear economy. Can that change with the circular economy?
We asked the former European Commissioner for the Environment, Janez Potočnik, how can the circular economy remain at the top of the political agenda.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, circular economy helped hospitals face supplies shortage. Can it help businesses face the worst recession ever?
Reverse logistics is sometimes described as the logistics going in the “wrong direction”. Yet it plays an important role to transitioning to a circular economy.
For factories, applying circular economy strategies could create cost-saving opportunities as well as profitable new revenue streams.
Today, many factories are using energy service companies to improve their energy efficiency.
Tomorrow, they will very likely buy pay per use services to improve their resource efficiency.
To maintain the value of materials and products in the economy for as long as possible, the circular economy needs to have access not only to waste, but also to information regarding said waste.
Thanks to predictive maintenance, products can forecast failures before they occur.
The circular economy and digitalisation will be the two most important trends employed by Germany’s chemical industry as it moves towards 2030.
Thanks to remanufacturing, refurbishing and repair, products are not just consumables anymore, they become assets, our assets.
There wasn’t a lot of alternatives to plastic. Until now.
To improve material efficiency, purchasing departments could leverage circular economy.
For decades, companies have improved labour productivity to reduce their costs. But, they should rather focus on resource productivity, and create jobs.
Unlike many other sectors, hospitals have not yet fully optimised their production resources. But that can change.
By implementing circular economy strategies, businesses could build more resilient supply chains
Our book, in French, is a practical guide for companies willing to transition towards a circular economy. Read an extract here.
In the press
We offer proprietary tools and databases to accelerate and increase impact, such as:
Businesses need to define indicators to track their transition toward a circular economy. We help our clients setting out clear KPIs by choosing them from our repository of more than 100 qualified circularity indicators.
We use a digital platform to match waste supply from one industrial process with raw material demand from another. The platform leverage big data and machine learning technologies.
Reverse logistics maturity model
The model assesses the reverse logistics maturity level. It describes the characteristics of successful reverse logistics processes across multiple dimensions.
Circular business models
We have identified 5 business models that are generating resource productivity improvements.
We are a consulting firm specialised in circular economy. We have led more than 200 circular economy projects in the last 7 years.
Our team consists of former consultants of top-tier management consultancies who are passionate about sustainability and circular economy. We are located in Paris, France but work internationally. We want to be a leading catalyst for the global transition towards a circular economy.
GATE C is managed by Rémy Le Moigne. Rémy has conducted more than 100 circular economy consulting projects. He is the author of several award-winning books on circular economy. He regularly publishes insights for the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, GreenBiz, etc. Before founding GATE C, Rémy was a partner of Deloitte supply chain strategy practice where he led projects in Europe and Africa.
GATE C is part of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation community.