Perception of the circular economy by the wine sector of the Republic of Moldova
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BUGAIAN, Larisa; ARPENTIN, Gheorghe; DIACONU, Cristina. Perception of the circular economy by the wine sector of the Republic of Moldova. In: Competitiveness and sustainable development in the context of European integration. Editia 3, 4-5 noiembrie 2021, Chişinău. Chișinău: 2021, pp. 95-101. ISBN 978-9975-45-739-2 (PDF).
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Competitiveness and sustainable development
Editia 3, 2021
Conferința "Competitiveness and sustainable development "
2nd edition, Chişinău, Moldova, 4-5 noiembrie 2021

Perception of the circular economy by the wine sector of the Republic of Moldova

Perceperea economiei circulare de către sectorul vinicol al Republicii Moldova

JEL: Q01

Pag. 95-101

Bugaian Larisa1, Arpentin Gheorghe2, Diaconu Cristina1
1 Universitatea Tehnică a Moldovei,
2 Grupul Purcari
20.80009.0807.22 Dezvoltarea mecanismului de formare a economiei circulare în Republica Moldova
Disponibil în IBN: 8 decembrie 2021


Taking into account the relevance of the circular economy for society, economic growth and maintenance of environmental balance, aligning industry with the principles of the circular economy is fundamental. The winemaking industry plays a particular role in the development and economic growth of the Republic of Moldova. In addition to basic products, enterprises in this industry also generate significant amounts of by-products, which if not exploited cause significant damage to the environment. This study aims to provide a clear picture of the perception of the circular economy among economic operators in the Moldovan winemaking industry, as well as to provide valuable insights on issues related to the de facto processing/separation/disposal of waste generated by the sector. Frequently asked questions in this area include: what are the proportions of waste processed, what are the optional products, how is the cost of waste and products obtained from this waste calculated. Another, no less important, aspect is the identification and resolution of priority issues for the transition and implementation of the circular business model. The Questionnaire serves as a method of analysis and assessment of the situation in terms of the topic addressed in this article.

By-products, wineries, questionnaire, circular economy, valorization