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Design for disassembly The long-term strategy is design for disrecycling assembly, ensuring that the materials in their pure components can be recycled. take back Ege plans to investigate possibilities for cleaning designing carpets for easier post-use and sorting disassembly and recycling. discarded

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Diagrams: Illustrating a general current business model before the circular economy and Ege customer Carpets new model with integrated take back agreements, reuse and recycling. felt backing

This diagram isfor annew reinterpretation carpets of an original owned by Ege Carpets

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As part of this strategy, Ege recently had the majority of their carpet products convert A/S no carpets for incineration Cradle to Cradle 62 Certified ™. A certification means that everything in the product has been assessed in relation to material health and its ability to be incorporated into a recycling or reuse scenario. This will ensure a high level of traceability and optimized materials.

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