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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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The 9th ReCiPSS General Assembly (GA) is planned for May 17-18, 2022.


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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

ReCiPSS 9th General Assembly and 3rd Advisory Board meeting will be held from 17-18 May in Bayreuth, Germany. The project partners will update each other on the project progress and latest developments.

Farazee Asif presented the H2020 project ReCiPSS to a delegation of 28 people from different German organisations. This was an initiative by the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce to strengthen the collaboration between Sweden and Germany. We hope that more German organisations will join forces with KTH Royal Institute of Technology in future in the mission to implement Circular Manufacturing Systems.

We are proud to announce that as part of the ReCiPSS’s White Goods demonstrator, ATAG Benelux have installed more than 50% of the ASKO appliances in the Netherlands. These appliances are already connected to IoT platform ConnectLife to roll out the “pay-per-use” test.