RECREATE in the spotlight at World Remanufacturing Summit 2024 in Milan

In the photo, Gianmarco Griffini from Politecnico di Milano, the coordinator of RECREATE, in the presentation at the World Remanufacturing Summit 2024 in Milan.

Milan, Italy – The World Remanufacturing Summit 2024, held from 12th to 13th March, brought together leading experts, innovators, and practitioners in the field of remanufacturing. Among the notable presentations was the RECREATE project, introduced by Gianmarco Griffini, the project coordinator, alongside Shravan Torvi and Eleonora Manarin from Politecnico di Milano (POLIMI). Lead consortium partner of RECREATE.

The summit, a premier gathering in the realm of remanufacturing, served as a platform for robust discussions on various pertinent topics. These included the implications of the Digital Product Passport (DPP) for Remanufacturing, Zero Defect Remanufacturing, Emerging Remanufacturing Technologies, and the role of Artificial Intelligence in remanufacturing. Spanning across multiple industrial sectors, these discussions aimed to explore and address the challenges and opportunities within the field.

At the heart of the event was the aspiration to catalyse the development of new circular business models. By fostering dialogue and collaboration between the scientific and industrial communities, the summit sought to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Participants engaged in insightful exchanges, sharing knowledge, experiences, and innovative approaches to advancing remanufacturing practices.

RECREATE, a Horizon Europe initiative presented by Gianmarco Griffini, Shravan Torvi, and Eleonora Manarin, exemplified this spirit of collaboration and innovation. With a focus on advancing remanufacturing processes and technologies, the project aims to contribute significantly to sustainable production and consumption patterns. By leveraging the expertise of academia and industry partners, RECREATE strives to develop practical solutions that promote circular reuse and remanufacturing of fibre-reinforced composite materials.

In the photo, from the right: Eleonora Manarin, Gianmarco Griffini and Shravan Torvi from Politecnico di Milano, lead partner of RECREATE consortium. Photo: courtesy of Politecnico di Milano.

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