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2018 | 104 | 110-123
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Reverse logistics concept on the example of managing used tires at the Tire Utilization Center

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The subject of consideration of the following study is to present the assumptions of reverse logistics in the aspect of sustainable development as a response to the growing ecological requirements resulting from the increased use of natural resources and the increase in the amount of waste. Reverse logistics, assumes the reverse flow of products that have completed their life cycle in order to reuse, use, recover or recycle them. The paper describes the use of reverse logistics assumptions on the example of re-use of used tires by the Tire Utilization Center.
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110-123
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa Poland
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