Primary or secondary material that is used to produce a product.
Renewable materials are derived from quickly replenished resources, ensuring that the services they provide, along with other linked resources, are not endangered and can be accessed by future generations.
Resilience refers to the capacity of a product, component, or material to maintain its functionality and relevance when utilized as intended.
Natural assets are resources found in nature that can be utilized for economic purposes, such as production or consumption.
Waste recovery is the process of reprocessing waste materials into new products or substances. It does not include energy recovery or the reprocessing of materials for fuel or backfilling purposes.
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