Tool Platforms

Check out different platforms providing access to tools. Please notify us about other relevant platform, which are relevant to share with manufacturing companies and other stakeholders driving the circular agenda.

Circulators is a project funded by EIT Raw Materials aimed at guiding entrepreneurs in making strategic choices regarding the sustainability of their business model by providing an overview of the most relevant business models for the raw materials industry.

The Circular Design Guide is the result of a collaboration between the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and IDEO and is proving a set of tools, which can take your through a design process from early ideation, development and decision-making.

MarketplaceHUB by wbcsd is a tool to foster exchange of secondary materials between businesses worldwide. It provides a global map with an overview of existing marketplaces and industrial synergy networks as well as case studies of successful marketplaces.

ResCoM (Resource Conservative Manufacturing) project is co-funded by the European Commission and carried out by a consortium of 12 organisations and provides a tool palette to help manufacturers collect, remanufacture and reuse products.

Circular IQ is a platform to measure circular performance for products, business, or the entire supply chain. With a company profile you can invite partners and supply chain to contribute to data collection and hereby overall performance analyses.

Cirkulær Virksomhed is a website owned by the Danish Environmental Protection Agency and provide simple screening tools covering product design, supply chain, business models and marketing to help businesses staring the transition to Circular Economy.

Closing the Loop by Design is the result of a graduation research at R&D Competence Centre Apeldoorn providing guidelines supporting four design perspectives – architecture, component, connection and material – to help design products with multiple lives after use.

CircularEconomy Toolkit by Cambridge UK is a tool supporting all the circular stages e.g. Usage, Maintain & Repair, Reuse & Distribute, and you can select a scope e.g. manufacturer, distributor, retailer etc., and get guidance on how to apply it at workshops.