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The work in ReCiPSS has completed. ReCiPSS 3rd and final project review meeting is planned for 19th Jan where project partners will present an overview of the main achievements and key results.
ReCiPSS Final General Assembly and ReCiPSS day are planned for 16 November 2022 in Stockholm, Sweden.
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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.
The work in ReCiPSS has completed. ReCiPSS 3rd and final project review meeting is planned for 19th Jan 2023 from 13:00-17:00. During the meeting, the project partners will present an overview of the main achievements and key results.
Learnings from the implementation of Circular Business Models in the European Manufacturing Industry and the way forward. Are you interested in learning about How the Automotive industry is becoming more circular by implementing Core Management as a Service to enable Remanufacturing? How the White Goods industry is becoming more circular by implementing Pay-Per-Use business models? […]
As part of an event by the H2020 C-SERVEES and ReCiPSS projects, the ReCiPSS team presented the project results and participated in a panel discussion with European Commission’s Policy Officers in Brussels . The key results include Successful demonstration of a Pay-Per-Use business model in the white goods sector implemented by Gorenje for their washing […]