Refurbished


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Refurbished

Products or materials that have been upgraded to be returned to active use in their original form. Refurbishing is considered a form of reuse, and it is preferable to recycling because it requires less processing and fewer inputs to return a product to useful service.
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All refurbished Apple Watch models come in a new white box that also houses a Magnetic Charging Cable.
Refurbished medical equipment helps to reduce expense for healthcare providers without compromising quality of treatment.
A third, Overcart, facilitates companies to sell their unwanted or excess stock, and unboxed and refurbished devices, to end consumers through their website.
CIOs also need to examine the warranties and repair policies on refurbished machines.
At roughly 25-30 percent of the capital cost of new machines, STV says buying refurbished machines opens opportunities for increased productivity at relatively low cost.
The last section offers strategic recommendations for the players in the refurbished imaging medical equipment market.
As food companies seek ways to tighten their belts in tough economic times, some may have found at least part of the answer in used and refurbished equipment.
Any time facility managers want to save money and maintain legacy standards, purchasing refurbished office furniture may be the best course of action," says Bill Davies, president of Davies Office Refurbishing.
Notre Dame girls college stays at its Everton Valley site, refurbished.
St Hilda's CofE high to move onto site of St Margaret's CE high, refurbished.