The circular economy addresses the economic, environmental, and social challenges primarily. The last recent studies show that its application has been understood in various ways. It suggests that the development and effects will be determined according to the policies and social collaboration in general. It will be regardless of the country that adopted the model. For instance, different studies that evaluated the effects of the circular economy in the EU have shown significant results, such as a radical transformation of business practices with new processes and new disruptive business models. However, these results can be contemplated by seeing the economy as a whole structure.