Circular Economy also means continuous improvement


The concept of circular economy connects economic development to optimal usage of material resources, transforming waste from one production chain into an input for the next. Thus, it seeks to minimize the impact of economic activities on the cyclical motion of nature, which generates environmental and social benefits for the entire chain.

Applying the circular economy in the manufacturing environment requires rethinking the operating system of the value chain as a whole. Therefore, it represents a systemic change with a long-term vision. We believe that it is possible to contribute to the future of the industry and the economy through Open Innovation, connecting value chains, and generating economic and business opportunities.

Tupy uses recycled and recyclable raw materials in its production process. In one year, we processed more than 500,000 metric tons of scrap metal, from end-of-life consumer items and industrial scrap, into high-value-added products.

In addition to the Company’s several initiatives, we aim to further increase efficiency in our value chain. The current challenge aims to find partners and solutions that could connect us to different links in the value chain in order to rethink the current manufacturing practices and make the inputs of other industries able to be reused in our processes to create new products and bring an even higher contribution to the circular economy.


We expect a solution with functional validation in a laboratory, pilot, or industrial environment and the ability to perform a Proof of Concept (PoC).


 Technical support to validate the solution proposal;

Access to Tupy’s laboratory structure and engineering team.



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