ESB support

Circular economy

ESB is aware that the linear economic model, “extract, produce, consume, dispose”, has reached its limit. This is why we strive towards sustainable strategies by fully adhering to the virtuous circle of a circular economy. We educate the future players involved in the transition to sustainable development with the aim of optimising resources and limiting waste.

Discover the two actions to support.

Sustainable development week

To help younger generations assume responsibility for low-impact wood use, we believe we must teach them to design solutions that incorporate the principles of sustainable development.

ESB puts on a week devoted to sustainable development in order to give its student engineers a way to get involved in real-world cases, in partnership with industry professionals. This teaching exercise focuses on the substantial use of sustainable development indicators when carrying out projects like ecological product design and waste management.


Circular economy experimentation projects

Teaching students how to work within a circular economy through experimentation with industrial players ensures they will take part in ecological corporate transition and become responsible citizens.

We teach students how to work within a circular economy through experimentation with industrial players from the sector, and we prepare them for a future as responsible citizens and pivotal catalysts in corporate transition.

ESB’s approach is to use applied teaching methods (projects, workshops) that bring together professionals from various backgrounds (experts, industrial manufacturers, engineers, researchers, and students) to experiment with solutions that apply circular economy principles.

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