Saving the environment one core at a time...
Remanufacturing is one of the simplest ways to achieve environmental sustainability. It saves over 80% of the energy and raw material required to manufacture a new part and keeps used parts, otherwise known as "cores", out of landfills. Remanufacturing can often improve the original design by using re-engineering techniques to determine why a part failed prematurely.
That ability to diagnose flaws, renew original cores and improve their performance is what differentiates remanufacturing from recycling, where used products are broken down to their raw form.
Reuse, Recycle, Refurbish
CARDONE has been operating in an environmentally conscious manner since we first opened our doors in 1970. Over 43 years later, our business has grown but our ecological footprint has remained small. This didn’t happen by accident. We view our impact on the environment through the lens of social responsibility, not just profitability. As stewards of the earth, we have developed our remanufacturing processes following the principles of sustainability – Reuse, Recycle, Refurbish.
To demonstrate the automotive aftermarket's widespread efforts on behalf of the environment, view this short, informative video produced by AAIA: "Driving Toward a Cleaner Environment."
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