Zero Waste Scotland launches remanufacturing fund

Scottish businesses could receive up to £100,000 over two years for remanufacturing as part of a government push towards a circular economy

Zero Waste Scotland has launched a remanufacturing fund offering Scottish businesses up to £100,000 over two years.

According to the government-funded organisation, remanufacturing in Scotland has the potential to grow from its current value at £1.1bn to £1.6bn by 2020, creating up to 5,700 new jobs. The industry already employs some 17,000 people across the country.

Remanufacturing is the practice of returning parts or products at the end of their useful life to like-new or better condition, supported by a warranty.

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