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Recycling, Volume 4, Issue 4 (December 2019) – 6 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) A large body of evidence has shown that the linear economy model is unsustainable, considering the [...] Read more. A large body of evidence has shown that the linear economy model is unsustainable, considering the fact that the world’s resources are finite in availability, and it is linked to poor environmental quality. For this reason, the circular economy model is being regarded as the replacement, since its principles substantially align with sustainable development objectives. Developed societies have successfully adopted and implemented the circular economy at various levels. This work investigates the possibility of applying the circularity model in industrial solid waste management of a typical developing economy—Nigeria. Several favorable and unfavorable conditions were discovered and discussed, while future directions on the implementation of the circular model were also highlighted in this work. View this paper