27-ME4211 - Green Cleaner Design Cycle The decision-making...

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1 UPK / MECH ME4211 Development of Green Products Green / Cleaner Design Cycle The decision-making process for cleaner design has four elements in a continual improvement process
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2 UPK / MECH ME4211 Development of Green Products 2. Identifying Green/Cleaner Design Priorities It is important to assess different green design ideas developed through the product research and prioritise them . When deciding which ideas to take forward, consider: § the scope for environmental gain § compliance with existing and future legislation § the scope for direct and indirect cost savings § the potential marketing benefit for the product and the company
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