Funds awarded to Scottish remanufacturing businesses in move towards circular economy

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Funding has been awarded to nine pioneering projects which will help Scottish remanufacturing businesses explore how to make the most efficient use of materials – furthering Scotland’s position as a circular economy leader.
The Scottish Institute for Remanufacture has awarded a total of £238,360 between nine companies. These include Cummins Diesel ReCon, ACS Marine, Campers Scotland Ltd and WEEE Scotland. Projects involve areas such as logistics in recovering products for remanufacture, material wear, cleaning technologies and end-of- life assessment.

WEEE Scotland
WEEE Scotland Limited is a waste management service provider based in Govan who are very focused on remanufacturing and promoting zero waste. They currently remanufacture various commodities used in automated coffee machines and bespoke medical devices. In conjunction with the University of the West of Scotland, WEEE Scotland have been awarded a project which will introduce an additional remanufactured product to their portfolio.

Period16 Mar 2016

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