In any circular economy project, the role and participation of stakeholders is a basic element. No project of this nature can be understood without the active and committed participation of stakeholders at all levels. The BRICK-BEACH, as a circular economy project, is not an exception. The reason for this is quite evident. All circular economy projects have a common goal: to improve the citizens’ life through the implementation of activities related with recycling and sustainability of resources for present and future generations. At the same time, circular economy projects have a positive impact not only in the society and in our planet, but also represent a business opportunity, especially in the long term.
The BRICK-BEACH main responsible is perfectly aware of the above and, in that sense, from the very beginning of the project, they have encouraged the participation of all stakeholders in the design of activities, dissemination of objectives, expected results, etc., and all this, aimed at sectors that, in one way or another, have an interest in the success of the project. Thus, the final answer to the question of why are stakeholders important for BRICK-BEACH is because the project is a project for the citizens with the citizens, which are the main beneficiary.