Macroeconomic Importance Of Recycling And Remanufacturing.
This study focuses on the macroeconomic importance of recycling and remanufacturing in four areas: (1) number of jobs, (2) the amount an dollar value of materials, (3) savings in material costs with a particular focus on savings in energy and waste management costs, and (4) the effect of recycling and remanufacturing on the economic competitiveness of US products in the international marketplace.
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|Office of Solid Waste|
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|Economic Impact Assessment|
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