REMADE In The News
Less than 10% of the plastics discarded in the US are recovered for recycling, with the remainder (over 30 million tons per year) ending up in landfills.
In this webinar, you'll learn more about:
Technologies available to recycle waste plastics.
Review existing and emerging technologies available for cleaning, separating, purifying and compounding these waste plastics into high quality pellets suitable for use in new products.
REMADE solicits and will select project proposals that help advance the goals of the Institute, and enable U.S. manufacturers to increase the recovery, reuse, remanufacturing and recycling of materials.
Rethinking how industrial products are manufactured and dealing with them at the end of their useful life could provide breakthrough environmental, social and economic benefits, according to new research from the International Resource Panel (IRP).
Entitled Manufacturing USA®: Securing U.S. Global Leadership in Advanced Manufacturing, the event was sponsored by American Society for Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and showcased work done by Manufacturing USA in technology innovation and advanced manufacturing workforce development.
The Manufacturing USA Network meeting will allow members to share insights and success stories; collaborate and develop strategies that address common challenges facing Manufacturing USA and its Institutes
REMADE Holds its Second Annual Meeting, hosted by the Rochester Institute of Technology, Golisano Institute for Sustainability
This is an exciting opportunity to promote ideas for future projects, discover best practices for successful proposal writing, learn about facilities and capabilities of fellow members, and much more.
Learn how the REMADE Institute is advancing the nation in sustainable manufacturing by reading our latest Impact Report.
Thanks to the support of our consortium partners, and financial funding from the U.S. Department of Energy, REMADE is well positioned to deliver transformational technologies that advance the nation in sustainable manufacturing.
The report describes the program’s work in moving discoveries from the Nation’s universities and research laboratories into production in the U.S. It also describes the program’s fourteen institutes successes in developing world-changing manufacturing technology and equipping the U.S. manufacturing workforce with the high-value skills needed to make tomorrow’s products.