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With a quickly growing global population and prosperity, the increasing consumption and related extraction of often scarce and finite resources is unsustainable. This prompts a shift from our current linear take-make-use-dispose production and consumption approach to a more circular economy, where we maximise the use and utility of resources, products and assets, and minimise resource consumption and wastage in all forms.