Date(s) - 30/03/2022 - 31/03/2022
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Remanufacturing Processes: Implementing Circular Economy for Engineer Compononents
IMechE in-person event
*Discount for Hazards Forum Members: book at the Supporting Organisation rate to save on your place.
Remanufacturing, the process of taking a product at the end of use, disassembling it, cleaning it and putting it together as the same or a different good as new product, is a well-established process in key sectors such as automotive and aerospace to save money and resources.
However, with the urge to meet net-zero carbon targets for 2050, this practice is now not just financially beneficial but is seen as a key part of circular economy thinking along with recycling, reuse, and refurbishment across engineering sectors.
This event will cover the current developments in remanufacturing, emphasised by case studies from across established sectors including automotive, heavy-duty, off-highway, aerospace and rail as well as sharing pioneering end of life initiatives in new technologies including batteries, fuel cells and wind turbines.
Don’t miss this chance to learn from leading engineers and understand how your organisation can extend the lifespan of your engineering assets, maximise budgets and contribute to your Net-Zero strategy.
For full event information visit the IMechE website.