26-ME4211 - Green Cleaner Design Cycle • The aim of the...

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Unformatted text preview: Green / Cleaner Design Cycle • The aim of the decision-making process outlined in green/cleaner design cycle are to: § § § § improve product environmental performance, reduce life-cycle impacts, increase market share reduce cost. ME4211 Development of Green Products 1 UPK / MECH 1. Researching the Product The aim of the product research is to understand which aspects cause the greatest environmental impacts and how these may be addressed • Topics that could be considered in order to develop product information and to identify possible areas for consideration § § § § § § § Consider the product’s life-cycle Examine the materials used in the product How is the product manufactured? How is the product distributed? How is the product used? What happens at the end of the product’s life? Talk to suppliers and customers Can be done effectively with the help of a Life-cycle Assessment Tool ME4211 Development of Green Products 2 UPK / MECH ...
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course ME ME4211 taught by Professor Dr.a.vyas during the Winter '11 term at NYU Poly.

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26-ME4211 - Green Cleaner Design Cycle • The aim of the...

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