Incorporating component reuse, remanufacture, and recycle into product portfolio design

@article{Mangun2002IncorporatingCR,
  title={Incorporating component reuse, remanufacture, and recycle into product portfolio design},
  author={Donna Mangun and Deborah J. Thurston},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Engineering Management},
  year={2002},
  volume={49},
  pages={479-490}
}
Product take-back laws have been enacted in the Netherlands, and the European Commission is expected to follow suit. The legislation mandates that manufacturers bear the economic burden of collection and disposal of products at the end of their useful lives. Reuse or remanufacturing of some components might be more cost-effective than disposal and provide an opportunity for recovery of their economic value. However, manufacturers have not traditionally engaged in the long-range planning over… CONTINUE READING
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