It is now a well-known fact that the linear economic model, oriented toward developing and consuming raw materials to make a profit, is now unsustainable for the environment. According to the linear economy model, in fact, the life of any product is essentially marked by five stages: extraction, production, distribution, consumption and disposal. This means that industry extracts virgin raw materials, transforms them to produce consumable goods using labor and energy, distributes the products to the consumer, who, after using them, proceeds to dispose of the “waste” and, therefore, of the products themselves that have now become “waste” . This model of economy is no longer functional because the demand for raw materials is increasing and they are available in limited quantities. In addition to this, there is the need to limit the environmental impact of raw material production and extraction processes .