circular economy

Information support system for household waste disposal processes

In work, a web application was designed and developed to support interaction between members of different households regarding the disposal of household waste and the sale of used goods on the secondary  market.  To  minimize  the  negative  human  impact  on  the  environment,  the  developed information system to support household waste disposal is based on the principles of a circular economy, where all available resources are reusable, goods to recycle, and in general, the level of consumption is reduced.

The role of international supply chains establishing a circular economy model

Key trends in international logistics are highlighted. The essence of the international supply chain in the conditions of the formation of a circular economy model is revealed. The advantages of the circular economy over the linear economy are substantiated. Successful examples of the organization of zero-waste supply chains in the activities of well-known companies according to the principles of sustainable development are presented.

Disrupt framework as basis for building the business model of the enterprise with disruptive innovations in the conditions of sustainable development

The results of research in the field of designing a business model of an enterprise in conditions of sustainable development through the introduction of innovations are presented. The role of disruptive innovations in business process reengineering is highlighted. The concept of 4P innovations is presented, the classification of innovations according to the level of technological novelty and impact on the market is carried out. The main types of circular business models are described (cyclical, extending, intensifying, dematerialising).


The Carpathian Euroregion comprises of five countries: Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Ukraine, as the Euroregion's fifth state, aspires to join the EU. As a result, we chose to compare Slovak Republic as an EU member state and Serbia and Ukraine as candidate countries. To support waste reduction and a circular economy, European law establishes waste management principles incorporated into national legislation across all EU member states. The key document of Slovakia is the Envirostrategy 2030, which sets a target of 60% recycling and 10% landfilling by 2030.


Purpose. Today, global issues such as population growth, depletion of natural resources, deforestation, greenhouse gas emissions, and climate change show that existing methods of managing the economy are no longer effective and harm the environment. The solution to this problem is the transition to balanced sustainable development, in particular through the circular economy model, which is attracting more and more attention from scientists and practitioners.

Features of Implementation and Development of Circular Economy in Ukraine

The article is devoted to the study of circular economy, its concept; the main circular business- models, their essence and advantages in the practical application based on the analysis of researches of their introduction and use in the world and domestic companies are analyzed; features of the development of circular economy in Ukraine in disclosure of researches of sources of financing of innovative activity and a share of innovative enterprises in general scale are revealed; the expediency of introduction of energy-efficient and energy-saving technologies at the enterprises within the li

Implementation of Circular Economy on the Basis of European Experience

Accelerated population growth, depletion of natural resources, excessive pollution of the environment, which threatens the existence of mankind, was a prerequisite for the emergence of the concept of circular economy and the principles of sustainable development, ie doing business without harm to the environment. The model of circular (circular) economy is aimed at energy saving, regenerative environmentally friendly consumption and production.

Circular Economy in Ukraine: Adaptation of European Experience

The article examines the development of the circular economy in Ukraine, as well as the prospects of implementation of the experience of leading EU countries in the field of circular economy in Ukraine. The relevance of the study is that for now in Ukraine very few steps have been taken towards a circular economy, although everyone understands its importance.

Cooperation Between Ukraine and the EU in the Field of Sustainable Development: Overview of Perspectives

The results of the study of the concept of sustainable development and the benefits of implementing this concept in Ukraine based on the experience of the European Union are presented. It is established that the basis for the formation of the basic principles of sustainable development is the relationship of environmental, economic and social factors of human development, the solution of which is possible only on a comprehensive basis, taking into account the balance of interests of nature and society.

Circular economy as a part of the organizational corporate strategy

In today’s environment, organizations need new corporate strategies and models to protect profitability and competitiveness, as well as the heritage of natural resources. A circular economy is a model of production and consumption in which all resources and products are reused in the economic cycle, which can significantly reduce waste generation and create additional economic benefits for business. This is especially important in the context of the recovery from the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.