Advantages and Challenges of Remanufactured Products'

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Muhammad Ahmad Baballe
Mustapha Aliyu Yusif
Abuhuraira Ado Musa
Nafi’u Shehu Mohammed
Mukhtar Ibrahim Bello
Abdulhamid Shariff Mahmoud
Rukayya Jafar Suleiman
Usman Bukar Usman


Remanufacturing is the process of restoring discarded goods and components to a brand-new, technologically sophisticated state with the least amount of waste and expense. In a rebuilt product that incorporates the technological advancements deemed required to ensure that repairs may be completed promptly and the item is returned to functionality in an efficient manner, non-wearing parts are reused. This review article provides an overview of the remanufacturing process. the significance of it, how it contributes to sustainability, and a list of difficulties with product remanufacturing. When industries adopt new technologies for component restoration, higher material recovery, and even the retention in-house of competencies that could have previously been outsourced, the scope and benefits of remanufacturing expand. However, its drawbacks are also explained.

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Muhammad Ahmad Baballe, Mustapha Aliyu Yusif, Abuhuraira Ado Musa, Nafi’u Shehu Mohammed, Mukhtar Ibrahim Bello, Abdulhamid Shariff Mahmoud, Rukayya Jafar Suleiman, & Usman Bukar Usman. (2023). Advantages and Challenges of Remanufactured Products’. Acta Energetica, (01), 01–07. Retrieved from