Resource: Brochures: Buying guides for purchasers
This section is designed to help purchasers identify which remanufactured products are right for their business.
Thursday, 26th April 2007
PurposeIt provides an overview of the remanufactured product, which specifications to look for and what guarantees you can expect. This forms part of the work currently being carried out by the Centre in defining the standards which need to be met in order to ensure a quality product which meets the expectations of the consumer.
Products coveredCurrently we have specifications for remanufactured tyres, photocopiers, office furniture and workstations/servers. We will be expanding the range of products in the future. Get involved by sending us suggestions for future purchasing specifications. We would like hear what areas you are interested in.
20 m litres of leftover paint: UK MPs call on government to support solutions
On Tuesday in Parliament, MPs had a lively debate surrounding how to create a circular economy for leftover decorative paint in the UK. Sponsored by Angela Smith MP, the debate focused on the British Coatings Federation’s (BCF) PaintCare programme.
Closing the loop on the circular economy
Nabil Nasr discusses the role of remanufacturing in the Circular Economy as part of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's publication: "A New Dynamic 2: Effective Systems In a Circular Economy"
Request for stakeholder engagement from the Wuppertal Institute
The Wuppertal Institute are looking for reuse and remanufacturing stakeholders to contribute to two projects analysing the barriers to reuse and remanufacturing in Europe.