Mobile phone pioneer encourages Scotland to embrace circular economy


An influential designer who has worked on some of the world’s most popular mobile phones is to visit Edinburgh to speak on the benefits of adopting a more “circular” manufacturing sector.

  • The Scotsman

Tapani Jokinen, who helped develop the multi-million selling Nokia 3310 and 1100 cellphones, will devliver the latest in a series of lectures organised by Zero Waste Scotland on the need for a circular economy – in which materials are kept in high value use for as long as possible and goods and…

Fosk 2bIt has been estimated that creating a circular economy, which finds profitable uses for waste while promoting remanufacture and…

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