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Design phase

The product design phase is crucial for embedding sustainability into products to help you meet your sustainability commitments and advance your decarbonization journey. Our green and circular approach focuses on reducing unsustainable substances, ensuring optimal use of resources, improving product compactness, and removing electrical energy waste across all product categories.

Production phase

We are revolutionizing our production to provide sustainable packaging, ensure the use of recycled materials, and harness green energy.

Circular economy for MasterPacT MTZ

In a world where environmental issues are the focus of concern and where the scarcity of raw materials increasingly affects our daily lives, Schneider Electric positions itself as the leader of a new circular economy model.

SM AirSeT for sustainability in 60 seconds

Discover green and digital modular air-insulated medium voltage switchgear for secondary distribution networks and installations for commercial and industrial buildings sectors and utilities.

Galaxy V series in 60 seconds

Galaxy V Series is a sustainable, efficient, adaptive, modular, and resilient 3-phase UPS system.

Operation phase

When thinking of improving sustainability, an obvious option is increasing product lifespans. With an enhanced, robust design and proper maintenance inputs, there are many ways to extend the operational lifetime of your equipment.

Harness circular solutions

Circular certified offers, such as MasterPacT air circuit breakers for maximized reuse of assets.

Our green and circular approach

Implementing a green and circular sustainability process involves a balance across all areas of a business.
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What is a circular economy?

A circular economy is an approach to the production and consumption of goods, resources, and services where the main target is to extend maximally product lifecycle and reduce waste to a minimum. When a product arrives at the limit of its life, we think of how we might reuse it, recycle, share, repair, lease, or refurbish it. By that, we are performing sustainably and creating further value.

How does Schneider Electric approach circular economy?

Sustainable performance, balancing environmental, business, and financial goals, is at the center of everything we do. Our main objective is to transform every phase of product life and boost sustainability. We are conforming to today's and future requirements and regulations regarding green energy production. We are introducing sustainable materials and optimizing the use of primary resources. And we are targeting the removal of unsustainable substances and energy waste.

What are the phases of our circular approach?

We are introducing a sustainable performance approach in three phases: design, production, and operation. Design is when we consider the optimal use of materials, reduce electrical energy waste, and reduce the use of unsustainable substances. The production phase is when we take into consideration green energy factories, provide sustainable packaging, and reuse recycled materials without compromising on the mechanical or electrical performance of the product. And in the operation phase, we focus on upgrading and modernizing equipment, asset management, and services management to improve the product lifecycle.