As part of #Circ4life, an EU Horizon 2020 Research Project, MMM is embarking on two new consumer surveys. The aim is to involve end-users in the creation and design of new business models based on the circular economy and raise awareness about the importance of reusing and recycling.
We are launching one survey on the preferences of consumers concerning sustainable LED lighting products to help our partners develop them. It is available here in English, French and Spanish.
The other relates to the eco-points system which uses an app to show the environmental impact of consumer choices when buying, reusing or recycling products. Available here in English and French.
Your input is crucial as we are looking to understand the needs and behaviours of end-users to better integrate them in the development of the circular economy business models.
The surveys will take no more than 10 minutes to complete and will run until September 30th 2019.
Help us to better understand your needs thereby helping our precious environment.
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