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The Sustainable Approach

Care for people, and still care for the planet






Remanufacturing is a comprehensive and rigorous industrial process by which a previously sold but still functional product is returned to either a like-new or better-than-when-new condition, from both a quality and performance perspective, through a controlled, reproducible and sustainable process.

When chosen, remanufacturing enables the world's transition to a circular and low-carbon economy. A number of terms are commonly used to describe different processes of product restoration, and these processes share characteristics. The purpose of a standard for the process of Remanufacturing is to provide a standardized set of specifications to characterize Remanufacturing and differentiate it from other processes.

Each mobile clinic remanufactured prevents 26,000 lbs of new materials from being mined, transported, and processed. Steel and Fiberglass do not care how old they are; this process is energy-efficient, reduces waste, reduces cost, and provides a high-quality product for a meaningful use.

Remanufacturing ANSI Standard



Care for Our Environment Too!


Pounds in Landfill


Tons CO2 Emissions


Renewed Life for a Vehicle

Reduce carbon emissions by 50%

In the case of remanufactured mobile medical clinics, the Ocala Practitioner Points System has shown notable reductions in carbon emissions. When compared to the conventional process of manufacturing new medical vehicles, our approach reduces carbon emissions by an average of 50% per unit.  


A lifetime of savings

Building a new custom mobile health clinic contributes a minimum of 35T CO2 emissions while our process (remanufacturing) contributes less than 1. That is equivalent to saving the entire lifetime of carbon emissions of an entire vehicle.  

“Reman, reusing things that still have value is common sense; our parents and grandparents taught each of us this principle. Fiberglass and steel don't care how old they are, and everything that touches you or a patient is brand new. This is the way, the wave, of the future."

-Travis Lefever, CEO


We don’t have to engage in grand, heroic actions to participate in change. Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.”
Howard Zinn
American historian

help your community while helping save the planet

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