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A project is supposed to generate values. Utilizing the efficiency of existing projects seems natural as well as the distribution of beneficial side effects back to them. Such cross-linking enhances the performance of the own project or makes it generate additional values.  Key to that is the embedding of the project into a complex environment.

> cvdi - fábrica são pedro

> hpvp - hasso plattner ventrues, potsdam

> eoff - elastic offices

> tbhh - penthouse implants

> rclt - recycleit


> cvdd - campovida community management system

> tswm - expanding horizons

> esrg - office development, dreilinden


> lcrm - le corbusier remastered

> zgwk - ziegelwerk b, urbanization, bernau

rclt recycleit

Advanced economies have at their disposal  sophisticated recycling infrastructures, regarding as well as the collection, distribution, separation, buyer network. Despite the environmental awareness, there are advanced technologies deployed. Not so in the rest of the world, where other issues appear to be more urgent. Nevertheless, waste is there recognised as a commodity, too. 

While industrial production found it’s way to the customers, via a highly diversified and flexible distribution network, waste is still majorly perceived as a inconvenience that is supposed to be removed. Granted that waste is rather a commodity, desired by a variety of clients, marketing an distribution could be following the same economical principles, just inverting the direction. We called it reverse retailing.

For complementing the large waste collection ventures, we designed an operation model, facilitating an individualised waste purchasing. The model refers to the number of informal local scrap collectors. It offers to them, via a special payment system, a better and more profitable access to the recycling market, while making a larger share of resources reachable to the recycling industry.

Developing this operation model is challenge in itself. Despite the generation of the payment system and the creation of the marketing network, the participants need to be convinced and trained and a collaboration with the local authorities must be established.