News: David Fitzsimons presented on UK remanufacturing, in Paris
"Remanufacturing is complex and difficult to implement, but this complexity might offer companies some new competitive advantages."
Friday, 11th March 2016
Oakdene Hollins Director David Fitzsimons was at the Institute of Circular Economy in Paris on 9 March to present on Remanufacturing in the UK.
The Paris Institute is proposing to report on the remanufacturing sector in France using a detailed approach similar to that used by the CRR in the UK.
"Remanufacturing is complex and difficult to implement. Yet this complexity might offer companies some new competitive advantages. The Institute is investigating what is happening in each European country and I was delighted to be invited to contribute to this event," said David.
The meeting revealed that the CRR's work is highly regarded and the Centre is likely to be used as an exemplar.
Why textile process waste should be remanufactured
H&M Foundation Global Change Award winner calls for remanufacturing of textile waste - a significant economic opportunity for textile mills that will also improve supply chain transparency/traceability and create new, circular business models.