01 November 2017
“Organisations can save significant costs and demonstrate corporate social responsibility by looking at re-furbished computers over new replacements.
New work by MSc student Mauricio Alva Howes supervised by Prof Mark Jolly has provided evidence for a re-think.
Tests on the most typical uses of PCs in a work setting showed overall that the re-manufactured computers performed at between 93% and 97% of the level set by the new computer.”
About Professor Mark Jolly
Mark is making exceptional progress promoting and teaching new practises focused around the circular economy and is at the forefront of some exceptional research as a Professor of Sustainability Manufacturing at the renowned Cranfield University. With his industrial experience and research interest he has strong links with the metal manufacturing sector. In 2008 he won the Institute of Cast Metals Engineers (ICME) Oliver Stubbs Gold Medal for Knowledge Transfer in the Cast Metals Industry and in 2010 the University of Birmingham Josiah Mason Award for Business Advancement. He was awarded an ICME Diploma in 2013 for best paper in the IFTJ, “Energy saving in the foundry industry by using the CRIMSON single shot up-casting process”.