The CRR has a wide range of tools for evaluating the social, economic and environmental benefits of remanufacturing and reuse.
We have an extensive knowledge base on remanufacturing gathered through the research conducted since the centre began in 2004.
This knowledge base gives our remanufacturing experts a wealth of knowledge on the benefits arising from remanufacturing activities in different sectors.
The CRR has experience in using a range of modelling techniques to evaluate the social, economic and environmental benefits of remanufacturing and reuse.
- Established modelling techniques, such as life cycle analysis, carbon footprinting and mass flow analysis
- Scenario analysis
- Bespoke modelling approaches forspecific datasets or research questions
￼We have experience in using both remote and on-site surveying techniques to collect both quantitative and qualitative information on the benefits of remanufacturing from different stakeholders.
Collecting primary data is often a key component of any remanufacturing analysis, due to the lack of officially collected statistics on the industry’s activities.
European Remanufacturing Council launches with a nod to Hollywood
The newly-launched Conseil Européen de Remanufacture plans to represent companies which produce €30 billion of remanufactured products and employ 190,000 people across Europe.
Remanufacturing Industries Council Announces Historic Alliance of Remanufacturing Organizations
PRESS RELEASE: The Remanufacturing Industries Council (RIC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with four remanufacturing business associations, each representing a different sector within the remanufacturing industry.
CRR contributes to Circular Economy report
Scaling the circular economy in Europe offers investment opportunities worth EUR320 billion, according to a new report produced by SYSTEMIQ with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and with input from the CRR.