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C-ECO HELPS DRIVE EU PROJECT

C-ECO HELPS DRIVE EU PROJECT

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  • 06-12-2018

Circular Economy Solutions (C-ECO) is taking part in a European Union project to develop circular economy business models for electric and hybrid electric vehicles (E&HEV). The three-year CarE-Service initiative is looking to remanufacturing technologies and services – such as reverse logistics - to provide more sustainable ‘end of life’ practices. C-ECO’s CoremanNet brand will identify and evaluate highvalue E&HEV used parts and components such as Li-ion batteries, metal parts and techno-polymers.

MERA symbolises new approach

MERA symbolises new approach

  • By ReMaTec
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  • 06-12-2018

Reman could ‘help solve US trade deficit’

Reman could ‘help solve US trade deficit’

  • By ReMaTec
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  • 06-12-2018

Remanufacturing could help solve the US’s trade deficit, according to Clyde Eiríkur Hull, professor of management at Rochester Institute of Technology. Hull writes on The Conversation website: “President Donald Trump is fighting the wrong fight in his ongoing trade war with the rest of the world. That’s because it’s premised on the old-school notion of the linear economy in which someone in another country, such as China, digs up raw materials and sends them to a factory, where they get turned into the finished product and shipped to the US.”

Money therefore leaves the US economy and flows to the countries where the product was made, thus “creating the trade deficit Trump despises”. But adopting circular economy principles would help solve this issue, Hull believes – and suggests Trump could employ a ‘carrot and a stick’approach. “The carrot involves setting a standard of design to ensure all products are made with future use in mind, as well as using his influence to encourage Americans to buy goods remanufactured in the US,” Hull writes. The ‘stick’ would be tax policy, with the US government taxing products that cannot be converted into raw materials after use, as well as those made with less than a certain percentage of reused components.This figure would be set to gradually increase, and tax revenue could be used to support research into remanufacturing, Hull concludes.

Sara Clark joins ReMaTecNews

Sara Clark joins ReMaTecNews

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  • 06-12-2018

Symposium on Automated Remanufacturing endorsed by APRA, ERC and ReMaTec

Symposium on Automated Remanufacturing endorsed by APRA, ERC and ReMaTec

  • By ReMaTec
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  • 22-11-2018

Black Holes

Black Holes

  • By Kristina Smith
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  • 08-11-2018

Brother in arms

Brother in arms

  • By ReMaTec
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  • 08-11-2018

Mechanical moles

Mechanical moles

  • By Kristina Smith
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  • 08-11-2018

Passing a new milestone

Passing a new milestone

  • By ReMaTec
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  • 08-11-2018

ReMaTec backs symposium on automated and robotized remanufacturing

ReMaTec backs symposium on automated and robotized remanufacturing

  • By ReMaTec
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  • 08-11-2018

Talk about Passion

Talk about Passion

  • By ReMaTec
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  • 08-11-2018

Viewpoint of Jon Toomey

Viewpoint of Jon Toomey

  • By Jon Toomey
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  • 08-11-2018

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