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ECODESIGN Pilot Product-Investigation-, Learning- and Optimization-Tool for Sustainable Product Development with CD-ROM

By: Wolfgang Wimmer and Rainer Züst
Publisher: Springer Nature
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  • ECODESIGN Pilot ISBN: 9781402010903 Paperback Dec 2003 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

What is the PILOT? The PILOT is a tool that enables you to find measures to environmentally improve your product within a short time. The instructions given are formulated in the language of product design and can be implemented directly in product development. When to apply the PILOT? It can be applied always when you are aiming at ECODESIGN solutions to environmentally improve products. For whom was the PILOT developed? It was developed for engineers in product development or R+D, for designers, for environmental experts, for consultants and for students.

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From the contents:Preface.- 1: It's Not as Simple as that.- 2: Systematically Identifying Weak Points.- 3: Targeted Identification of Ecodesign-Measures.- 4: Prepare Ecodesign for Product Development.- 5: Embedding Ecodesign in Product Development.- 6: Successful Initiation of Ecodesign Projects.- References.

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By: Wolfgang Wimmer and Rainer Züst
Publisher: Springer Nature
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