Located at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, TURI conducts research in innovative technology and provides education and training programs, as well as technical support to companies and communities.
The National Center for Remanufacturing and Resource Recovery provides technical assistance and applied research and development to the remanufacturing industry and manufacturers interested in remanufacturing and resource recovery techniques. Our goal is to provide effective tools and solutions which are both economically and environmentally sound.
The Chelsea Center is part of the University of Massachusetts. It was formed through the STrategic EnviroTechnology Partnership (STEP) Program, a partnership between the University, the state Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, and the Massachusetts Office of Business Development.
Mission Statement: To collect data and develop information regarding the beneficial use of presently discarded by-products from industrial, commercial, and public sector operations. g Upcoming Workshops Seminar 54:Workshop and Field Demonstration for Use of Permeable Concrete in Base Course - A Solution to Pavement Drainage Management September 19, 2002, Green Bay, WI Late Fee Waived! On-line ...