Toward an integrated model of the circular economy: Dynamic waste input–output

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    Abstract

    Since its development at the end of the previous century, the waste input–output (WIO) model has been extended to wide areas of industrial ecology including material flow analysis (MFA), life-cycle costing (LCC), regional analysis, and linear programming (LP)-based technology selection. To our knowledge, the dynamics of waste generation and recycling is an area of possible conceptual extension that remains least explored. Building upon our recent work on dynamic MFA, in this work, we develop a dynamic WIO (dWIO) model that fully considers the issue of quality in recycling that involves mixing, dissipation, and contamination.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)326-332
    Number of pages7
    JournalResources, Conservation and Recycling
    Volume139
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2018 Dec 1

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    material flow analysis
    recycling
    industrial ecology
    linear programing
    dissipation
    life cycle
    economy
    Integrated model
    Circular economy
    Material flow analysis
    analysis
    contamination
    Linear programming
    Life cycle costing
    Technology selection
    Dissipation
    Contamination
    Industrial ecology
    Regional analysis

    Keywords

    • Alloy
    • Input–output economics
    • Refinery
    • Resource efficiency
    • Scrap

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Waste Management and Disposal
    • Economics and Econometrics

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