News: £2m for grassroots projects
Thirty four projects promoting sustainable development across England are getting £2 million funding from Defra's Environmental Action Fund (EAF).
Monday, 26th March 2007
The third year of the EAF projects (2007/8) is designed to help change people's behaviour at a grass-roots level so that consumers live more sustainably. For example the Association of Charity Shops' Choose2Reuse project is the first known UK campaign to focus on reuse rather than recycling. Full details about the EAF and every project may be found at the Defra website.
Reconditioned Devices: Potential Regulatory Changes Create Tension Between Third-Party Entities, OEMs
Peter Ohanian of the Halloran Consulting Group highlights potential regulatory changes in the US that could affect medical device refurbishers
Paper explores IP issues in reman of vehicle batteries
A new paper in the Journal of Remanufacturing explores management of intellectual property uncertainty when remanufacturing automotive energy storage systems
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.