MIT Study Shows Remanufactured Goods May Use More Energy Than New


According to MIT News, a study recently conducted by researchers from the mechanical engineering department at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) finds that remanufacturing a product such as a tire or a printer cartridge does not necessarily save energy over the product’s lifecycle compared with purchasing a new product. This finding, which is contrary to

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