Better Data and Metrics: Next Steps in Powering a Circular Economy?

Division News | June 29, 2018
Sustainable Brands Scotland remains one of the world’s leading nations on circular economy thinking — this year Glasgow will host the Circular... Read More

SNT: Powering Up Dead Car Batteries is not a Problem

Division News | June 29, 2018
Recycling International When it comes to cars, the future is electric. That much is clear when running the numbers; a new Bloomberg report... Read More

CP Contracts with Progress Rail to Rebuild Locomotives

Division News | June 29, 2018
Progressive Railroading Canadian Pacific has awarded a contract to rebuild 30 EMD locomotives to Progress Rail, which will remanufacture the units... Read More

Camso Reveals Remanufacturing Line to Public

Division News | June 29, 2018
The Emporia Gazette Camso is breathing fresh life into old treads and wheels with its newest process — remanufacturing, which it began offering... Read More

What Are You Getting When You Buy a Refurbished Vitamix?

Division News | June 22, 2018
The Strategist Even if you love a good deal, there are some situations when a price seems suspiciously low. That’s certainly been my experience... Read More

Korea Aerospace Industries To Set Up Country's First Aircraft MRO Firm

Division News | June 22, 2018 Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) will set up Seoul’s first aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company in July this... Read More

ARI Opens Chinese Aircraft Recycling Facility

Division News | June 22, 2018 Aircraft Recycling International (ARI) has opened the China Aircraft Recycling Remanufacturing Base in Heilongjiang. Known as... Read More

Government Urged To Harness Innovation To Drive Repair & Reuse

Division News | June 22, 2018
CIWM Journal Online Calls to consider new incentives and VAT reductions for repair activities and to encourage take-up of innovative digital... Read More

EU Circular Economy Package Becomes Law

Division News | June 22, 2018
Resource The EU’s Circular Economy Package (CEP) has been published in the EU’s Official Journal, meaning the legislation will enter into... Read More

Washington Cracks Down on Hard-to-Repair Electronics

Division News | June 07, 2018 Washington is the latest state to propose right-to-repair legislation that would make it easier for consumers and retailers to replace or... Read More