Demanufacturer vs Demanufactured - What's the difference?
As a noun demanufacturer
is one who, or that which, demanufactures.
As a verb demanufactured is
One who, or that which, demanufactures.
A process of recycling that involves the dismantling and/or disassembly of an item to gain the maximum amount of recyclable materials.
:The Parties define the life cycle of electronic equipment broadly to include acquisition, design, manufacture, assembly, distribution, use, reuse, demanufacture , and recycling. (from the
Sustainable Environmental Stewardship of Federal Electronic Assets" PDF signed 11-15-2004)
To recycle material using this process