The Centre for Remanufacturing and Reuse has recently been commissioned by Zero Waste Scotland to investigate the size of the remanufacturing industry in Scotland and to identify key barriers, enablers and opportunities for the industry.
This congress, addressing the challenge of environmental impacts, climate change and resource efficiency in both plant and product, has been held at Teesside University and was attended by the CRR's Rachel Waugh
December 4-5, 2014 | Shanghai Mart, Shanghai, China
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We have performed many carbon footprints on remanufactured products from printer cartridges to gear boxes. Could developing a carbon footprint for your product help you show the environmental benefits of remanufacturing in your business?
The CRR has studied a wide range of different sectors. As a result we have developed a unique perspective on the remanufacturing landscape. Click here to find out more or contact us for information on how we can perform a similar study on your sector.
Find out more about remanufacturing. We have an extensive database of information from basic principles to macroeconomic arguments supporting the use of remanufactured products.
Key to the future success of remanufacturing will be in training and encouraging corporate and public sector procurers to buy remanufactured products. We have developed a tools and information on how to buy remanufactured products. We also offer bespoke consultancy that will save you money by buying remanufactured goods.
The Centre for Remanufacturing and Reuse is an organisation based in the UK that specialises in advice and promotion on remanufacturing, reuse and reconditioning. We work internationally with businesses and governments on a range of different projects from market studies to carbon footprint analysis. We see remanufacturing as a way to strategically position companies close to their customers whist delivering economic and environmental savings.
Services we offer include:
For nearly a decade, we have been advising policy makers on the advantages of remanufacturing and reuse. We can work at both high-level policy advice and also advise public sector clients on ways to encourage remanufacturing through procurement.
We offer a range of bespoke services for both businesses in remanufacturing/reuse industries and those looking at this area. We can work with you to identify your needs and develop a bespoke solution for you.
We offer a range of training materials for students from both the business and design perspectives. We also offer a range of materials to help brief business leaders of the benefits of remanufacturing and reuse.
The CRR are now offering certification services to PAS 141, a standard for reuse of electrical and electronic equipment. We are also capable of drafting industry standards to improve product quality and an industries image.
Centre for Remanufacturing & Reuse
c/o Oakdene Hollins
22-28 Cambridge Street
Tel: +44 (0)1296 337165