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Closing webinar of the EIT-RM European project CARED (11 December 2020)

Published on November 17, 2020
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News, Open Day, Seminar December 11, 2020

Webinar on the occasion of the closure of the European CARED project

Since January 2019, G-SCOP has been participating in the CARED project funded by the EIT-Raw Materials. The CARED project (which stands for Catalyse Remanufacturing through Design) aims to support industrial companies in their transition to a circular economy. It provides access to a multidisciplinary body of knowledge on remanufacturing activities, business models, supply chain organisation and customer acceptability. Bootcamps are organised on demand for interested companies. Remanufacturing is a key priority in Europe's new industrial strategy. It has economic benefits for manufacturing companies, by reducing production costs and exploiting secondary resource flows for their products and avoiding the use of primary resources. It also enhances the security of Europe's resources, keeping products and resources in closed local loops. Remanufacturing also has environmental benefits by reducing environmental impacts, such as CO2 emissions and the use of natural resources.
This project will end on 31 December 2020. On this occasion, a closing webinar of the project will be organised in collaboration with the European partners on 11 December 2020 from 13:00 to 15:00. The programme includes a presentation of the project, reminders on the role of remanufacturing, but also cases of remanufacturing in companies.

More information and free registration on this link.

Note :
The CARED project is part of the strategy and mission of the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) (EIT: European Institute of Innovation & Technology). This institute brings together the three major players in innovation - business, education and research - to form multi-country partnerships, known as Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs). The KIC Raw Materials aims to boost Europe's competitiveness, growth and innovation in the raw materials sector. Grenoble INP partners with other European universities in several projects (RemanPath, WM-CRM, INNOMAT, CARED) for the development of innovative workshop contents in their form and content at the heart of current concerns. They are aimed at professionals who are planning to develop sustainability actions, reducing the use of resources and the impact on the environment.

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Date of update November 17, 2020

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