The Christof Clean City Plan
Christof Industries has developed the Clean City plan in the course of the last decade. The major focus has been on finding ways to complement the technical and industrial experience of more than a century with state-of-the-art know-how and technologies. A global team of 50 professionals is pursuing the goal of realizing a circular economy by employing financially and environmentally feasible waste-to-value projects in order to reach a zero waste solution.
The importance of the circular economy becomes clear in the ideal scenario of a city in which resources are used to their maximum utility throughout their life cycles with the final goal of reaching a zero waste situation.
The Christof Clean City team is a lean and extremely competent one of about 50 experts. With the ability to call on the support of more than 4,000 professionals as well as partner companies, the team is able to execute, operate and maintain multiple projects at the same time. The team is technology agnostic and solutions driven, incorporating the experience of project development, industrialization, engineering, construction, EPC execution and upgrades.
The term circular economy encompasses a range of processes, in which resources are used for their maximum utility throughout their lifetime, thus maximizing sustainable use and eliminating waste. The final goal is for the economy as a whole to move towards a more sustainable future, ultimately reaching a zero waste situation. This stands in sharp contrast to the traditional approach, in which goods are manufactured from raw materials, sold, used and then discarded or incinerated as waste.
The circular concept fosters wealth and employment across generations. Against the backdrop of resource constraints, circular business models will gain an ever greater competitive edge in the years to come, by making it possible to release the value of materials, labor, energy and capital embedded in products after the end of each cycle of use. This enables the world economy and population to grow in a more sustainable way than the traditional linear model.
There are currently 20 different technologies with commercial applications in use in various facilities around the globe.
The “Technology” area in our portfolio provides more information about the individual technologies.
If you would like to contact with Clean City team, please write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.