Resource: Seminars: SEEDA remanufacturing conference, October 2004
A report is available for download summarising the main points arising from a workshop on this theme held on behalf of SEEDA on 7th October 2004.
Wednesday, 22nd November 2006
The workshop explored a wide range of issues affecting the remanufacturing industry including:
- Improvement of consumer perception and standards
- The linking of remanufacturing to current and future legislation and policy
- The overseas dimension of remanufacturing
- Integration with business, economic, manufacturing and materials strategies
The issues of research, promotion and policy were discussed in greater detail in a series of agenda setting workshops. The report summarises the major themes arising from the speaker presentations, comments in the plenary session and the workshop sessions.
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