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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CIOs also need to examine the warranties and repair policies on refurbished machines.
Although in some countries local refurbishment is predominant, other countries have restricted/banned the import of refurbished equipment.
These refurbished units are Apple-tested and inspected down to the last detail before being sold in the Apple Store.
"The India market grew 14% to almost 14 million refurbished devices.
Purchasing refurbished products is also an effective way to limit electronic waste which, in excess, can contribute to environmental pollution.
Boinett, who was accompanied by Lotto Foundation chief executive officer Brian Walucho, called on his officers to uphold their discipline and reign in sports since it would come with great reward.Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinett tries his boxing skills on a punching bag at one of the refurbished gymnasiums in Highridge, Nairobi.
The Class 150s will be fully refurbished to an "as new" standard inside and out and will include new seating, new lighting, new toilets, better access for disabled passengers and free wi-fi.
FKF president Nick Mwendwa said the newly refurbished Bomu Stadium will help to promote talent in Mombasa.
JemJem is a trusted Internet resource for refurbished and preowned Apple products.
Samsung had said it would recycle returned Note 7 phones in an "environmentally friendly way" and mentioned the possibility of turning the devices into "refurbished phones or rentals phones."
- The global refurbished medical equipment market is estimated to touch USD 11.91bn by 2021, at a CAGR of 12.7% between periods 2016 and 2022, according to a new report from Dublin-based Research and Markets.