Scottish award for extended product lifecycles
Applications/nominations for a new ‘Remanufacturing’ award for processes or products likely to demonstrate an economic, environmental or cultural impact in Scotland will close on 17th January 2020.
The award, sponsored by the Scottish Institute of Remanufacturing (SIR) based at Strathclyde University, is one of many industry-based awards that will be presented at the Centre for Engineering Education and Development (CeeD) Industry Awards 2020.
CeeD is a cross-industry body that exists to promote national operational efficiency, effectiveness and profitability across a wide number of sectors through the exchange of knowledge.
Entries are encouraged from companies of any size and in any sector and individuals within companies that can demonstrate innovation within the design and/or manufacturing process and which contribute to extending product lifecycles and diverting waste from landfill through reuse.
The criteria can apply to any process or product whereby items are reused, remanufactured or refurbished to extend their lifecycles.
Winners will be announced at a ceremony in Glasgow on 20 February 2020.
For further details: www.ceedawards20.ceed-scotland.com