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    Michael Z. Hauschild,L. Alting,Henrik Wenzel
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Henrik Wenzel (Author), Michael Z. Hauschild (Author), L. Alting (Author) & 0 more. improvement of products and services during the entire life cycle is an important challenge and and in the future.

Henrik Wenzel (Author), Michael Z. ISBN-13: 978-0792378594. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Danish experience shows that large improvement potentials can be identified when focusing on environmental aspects during the development of new products.

Part III Environmental Tasks in Product Development. 143. 14 Cooperation with the designer.

improvement of products and services during the entire life cycle is an important challenge and and in the future. The Danish Environmental Protection Agency supports the EDIP methods and tools as a very useful instrument for this purpose and encourages the use of them, both within companies and as a basis for dialogue between companies, environmental authorities and other stakeholders.

Two case studies are presented in this paper; at Ringsend, near Dublin in the Republic of Ireland; and at Gravesend, Kent, in England.

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Environmental Assessment of Products: Volume 1: Methodology, tools and case studies in product development. H Wenzel, MZ Hauschild, L Alting. Springer Science & Business Media, 2000. USEtox-the UNEP-SETAC toxicity model: recommended characterisation factors for human toxicity and freshwater ecotoxicity in life cycle impact assessment. A Laurent, J Clavreul, A Bernstad, I Bakas, M Niero, E Gentil,. Waste management 34 (3), 589-606, 2014.

Michael Hauschild, Leo Alting, Henrik Wenzel. The aim of this book is to support industry in their effort to design environ­ mentally friendly products

Michael Hauschild, Leo Alting, Henrik Wenzel. The aim of this book is to support industry in their effort to design environ­ mentally friendly products.

Henrik Wenzel, Michael Hauschild, Leo Alting. This major two volume work presents a new decision making tool which enables manufacturers and scientists to undertake life-cycle assessment (LCA) of new products from the design and development stages. The methodology allows the enviromental consequences of a product to enter into decision making in the same way as traditional commercial parameters such as price, quality, etc. Significantly, it is in accordance with international consensus, as defined by SETAC (Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry) and ISO (International Organization for Standardization).

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This major two volume work presents a new decision making tool which .

Environmental Assessment of Products Vol. 1 : Methodology, Tools and Case Studies in Product Development. by Michael Z. Hauschild, L. Alting, Henrik Wenzel.

The aim of this book is to support industry in their effort to design environ­ mentally friendly products. The book comprises a method and a manual for life cycle assessment of products and it includes examples of how industrial companies have used the method succesfully in the design of more environ­ mentally friendly products. The method has been developed over a period of four years under the Danish EDIP programme (Environmental Design of Industrial Products) by a team representing the Technical University of Denmark, five Danish industrial companies, the Confederation of Danish Industries and the Dan­ ish Environmental Protection Agency. The method is coheherent and opera­ tional and it is well documented by a large variety of examples including five different complex electromechanical products. It guides the user through the inventory and assessment of environmental impacts of products and shows how various products and design solutions during product development can be compared. The method is supported by a base of data for the assessments of environmental impacts and is thus designed as a tool which will make it possible for the user to start on life cycle assessment at once. The book also guides the user through the identification of environmental improvement potentials in the product and the setting of environmental specifications with­ in the general concept of overall commercial optimization. The partnership between industry, authorities and university has been highly fruitful.