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The way we produce and consume contributes to many of today's environmental issues such as global warming, pollution, exhaustion of natural resources and biodiversity loss. In a circular economy, the value of products and materials is kept if possible, waste and use of resources are minimized, and resources do not leave the economic flow once they are at the end of their lifetime but are reused and create value. The aim of this paper is to investigate the degree of association of buybackdoaj:95b1d0e4d3fa4e768e796a78650c0e2c fatcat:yjuodxyjpjefjbpjuikk3d457q