Terms and Conditions
The regenerate tool belongs to the University of Sheffield (Us/We/Our) and has been developed by Danielle Densley Tingley, Charles Gillott and Will Mihkelson (University of Sheffield), with the assistance of David Cheshire (AECOM). We are granting to you a free of charge, non-exclusive, non-transferable licence to use the regenerate tool. The regenerate tool may be used for any purpose but not expressly for any profit-making or commercial activities, such as sale, licence, manufacture or development of commercial products, and provision of consulting service. If you wish to use the regenerate tool for this purpose, then please contact Us to discuss this further.
In your use of the regenerate tool, please do not make copies of the regenerate tool or attempt to alter or modify the regenerate tool. Please do not attempt to reverse engineer or disassemble any part of the regenerate tool including the software code. All intellectual property rights of any sort relating to the regenerate tool remain Our property.
We will endeavour to ensure that the regenerate tool is made available to you at https://regenerateapp.urbanflows.ac.uk/.
The regenerate tool is a research tool and, as such is provided “as is” with no warranties or guarantees given that it will be fit for the purpose for which you wish to use the regenerate tool. We also don’t guarantee that it is free from bugs and that it won’t infringe the rights of any third parties. If your use of the regenerate tool results in any losses or damages, unless these are as a result of negligence on Our behalf, we won’t be liable for any of those losses you incur. Regenerate is a self-certification tool, the outputs of which are not verified by the regenerate team or their affiliated organisations in any way. It is therefore the responsibility of those interpreting information and outputs from the tool to verify the validity of such information based upon current standards and provided evidence or otherwise.
If you publish a paper or other output about the results you’ve gained from use of the regenerate tool, we ask you to please include the following citation to reference the contribution of the regenerate tool to the results.
The University of Sheffield (2021) – Regenerate Circular Economy Tool [Online] Available from www.regenerate.urbanflows.ac.uk
We will use the information inputted into the regenerate tool in Our circular economy and embodied carbon research (e.g. circular economy benchmarking). You agree to the information you have input being stored on Our servers in an anonymised form.