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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/4/11 Design For The Environment Group 10 Anthony Aprile, Jacob Radziwinowski, Jiali Kong, Joshua Fudge, Paul Craven, Peter Colella
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4/4/11 Why design for the environment? Design for the environment involves designing products from recycled material; Using materials or components that can be recycled, designing a product so that it is easier to repair than discard and minimizing unnecessary packaging. Design for the environment also includes minimizing material and energy use during manufacture, consumption and disposal.
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4/4/11 How to design for the enironment? Environmental Labelling Use Recycled Material Make Recyclable Products Minimize Packaging Make Products That Are Repairable
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4/4/11 How Coca-Cola Is Designing For The Environment
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4/4/11 Premanufacture Just In Time Ordering System The production schedule determines what cans and syrup are ordered. This eliminates unnecessary trips by transport trucks thus reducing emissions, as well as the energy required to house the syrup in a cooler thus eliminating the need for harmful Freon as well as the energy to maintain the temperature.
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