Remanufacturing could add £5.6bn to UK economy

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Report finds huge potential for turning expired goods into new products, but argues government will need to address barriers

The UK is missing out on billions of pounds and thousands of skilled jobs by failing to make the most of its potential to 'remanufacture' products, a Parliamentary report will claim today. Research...

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