News: UK - Repair of electronic products
We are pleased to announce that the CRRs parent company, Oakdene Hollins, has been successful in securing a contract for a follow-on project on repair for WRAP.
Monday, 17th September 2012
The aim of the work will be to develop a detailed understanding of the barriers which innovative repair models identified in the previous project, 'Understanding the opportunities to increase re-use and repair'. From an in-depth understanding of the repair models and stakeholder contact, new opportunities for repair will be identified and business cases developed from the most promising of these. WRAP intend to use the business cases for stakeholder engagement. For more details please contact Josie Arendorf at email@example.com.
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