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Recovering, reprocessing, remanufacturing and redistributing parts was not an economically beneficial option for manufacturers in the post-industrial revolution linear economy. The picture in the first part of the 21st century is very different, and an increasing number of companies have identified the opportunities of adopting remanufacturing as a larger part

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Instalações modernas com 30% de capacidade ociosa. Quase 60 unidades de produção desativadas. Volatilidade e queda dos preços internacionais em commodities. Lucratividade em queda e crescimento das dívidas. Trinta mil empregos perdidos nos últimos anos. De acordo com especialistas de mercado, este é o panorama atual da indústria de aço

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Si de nombreux secteurs sont parvenus à optimiser leurs moyens de production, ce n’est pas encore le cas des hôpitaux. Les équipements médicaux, comme les scanners ou les IRM, restent inutilisés en moyenne 58% du temps. Si leurs coûts d’acquisition et d’installation sont souvent très élevés, leur durée d’exploitation est

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Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of interesting circular economy related stories and articles. This week, we’re looking at how easier access to parts could mean more repair, why tool libraries aren’t dead yet, and what ‘peak stuff’ could mean for designers. PartPic could make repair and maintenance easier

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A new report from the European Remanufacturing Network (ERN) has presented an outlook for remanufacturing across the EU. The topline figures present a fairly familiar story. Remanufacturing is profitable in many industries, provides skilled employment, and saves resource and energy use – but remains undervauled and underused.

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An innovative remanufacturing technique, developed by Ford, could transform the lifespan of old engines that previously would have been scrapped, but now could be restored ‘as new’. The company says that the new process delivers like-new engines at 50% of the cost in terms of CO2 emissions and uses fewer raw

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This year’s Disruptive Innovation Festival brought together thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, businesses, makers, learners and doers to catalyse system-level change for a future economy. The three-week online event, curated by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, gave attendees an abundance of opportunities to explore the economy through a different lens, with the circular economy

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Axion Consulting and multinational corporation Philips have started a six-month research project, called ‘CircMed’, to investigate the potential for refurbishment and remanufacturing business models to benefit UK hospitals, in particular by being applied to medical imaging and ultrasound equipment.

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A bill designed to support and increase remanufacturing activity in the automotive fleets of the Unites States Federal Government has been passed by the House of Representatives.

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Rolls-Royce subsidiary, MTU, has started to use a new process to improve and speed up repairs on engines and large components. It’s known as low-pressure cold spraying and apparently it is a quick and cheap way of creating longer-lasting repairs for minor faults that would normally be difficult and expensive

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