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Our new animation introduces the overview of the ReCiPSS project, our industrial demonstrators and the economic as well  as the environmental impacts that the project is expected to make.


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Join the webinar by Kirsten Steunenberg MSc, who compared the environmental impact of a circular business model to a linear model in her master thesis in collaboration with Industrial Ecology at Delft University of Technology and Leiden University, the Netherlands.   Key topics and takeaways from the webinar are:   A circular business model is […]

Are you interested to know how you can use co-creation to develop circular product-service system? Join the webinar  hosted by Dr. Sonja van Dam, a researcher in the Design for Sustainability and Circular Product Design research groups at the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology. Key topics and takeaways from the webinar: […]


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Industrial Demonstrators

Automotive demonstrator
White goods demonstrator

Summary of the project

Know More About ReCiPSS

The Project Coordinator Amir Rashid talks about the ReCiPSS project. He describes the industrial demonstrators in ReCiPSS, highlights the benefits that European industry can gain from ReCiPSS and acknowledges the importance of the EU funding for such projects.

As part of the European Research Framework H2020, the European Commission supports the European industry in the large-scale build-up and implementation of circular manufacturing systems in order to drive a development towards a stable circular economy in the EU. The Research Project “Resource-Efficient Circular Product-Service-Systems(ReCiPSS), kicked off on June 1st 2018.

Project News

Wholesaler Lorch joins ReCiPSS automotive demonstrator. We are excited to announce that german automotive wholesaler Ernst Lorch KG, located in Albstadt/Germany, is working with the ReCiPSS project as an industrial user within the automotive demonstrator.

MU team of the ReCiPSS project participated within the Mjuni program on Saturday 8th February 2020.  Mjuni is the specific Masaryk University program focused on juniors of the age from 9 to 17 and its main aim is both to present University  and its educational and research activities to the potential students as well as […]

Mr Michael Schedler, the CEO of our project partner C-ECO, is going to present #ReCiPSS in the Reman-Policy Group of the CLEPA (European Association of Automotive Parts Manufacturers) on 27th Nov in Brussels. CLEPA is a platform bringing together decision-makers in car-part producing companies. Within this platform there is specific group with dedicated focus on […]

The ReCiPSS team has gathered for the 4th General Assembly meeting at the faculty of Economics and Administration of Masaryk University in Brno. Several major developments such as IoT platform supporting smart washing machines, automotive part data exchange platform and supply chain simulation platform are demonstrated. Furthermore, the team went through progress update, workshop on […]