Major Initiatives


The goal of REMADE℠ to transform the U.S. recycling system by developing technologies that will revolutionize materials recovery facilities (MRFs).

Circular Design

Design for the Circular Economy has the potential to revolutionize U.S. production systems by significantly reducing emissions and waste.

Full EV Reuse & Remanufacturing

REMADE’s goal is to develop effective recycling technologies to address the significant increase in EV demand and ensure the recovery of High-value materials for use in future EV production.

Recovery & Recycling of E-Scrap

REMADE and its members are developing technologies to double the recycling rate of e-scrap.

Digital Remanufacturing

Remanufacturing can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 79-99% in certain sectors.

Plastics Recycling

The REMADE Institute and its members are developing advanced technologies to dramatically increase the collection, sorting, separation, reprocessing, chemical recycling, solvent extraction, and purification of domestic plastic waste.

Textile Recycling

Estimates show that approximately 85 percent of textile waste in the U.S. ends up in a landfill or is incinerated.