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Although typologies and characteristics of industrial ecosystems, symbioses, and eco-industrial parks and networks have been proposed in the literature, there is as yet no consensual acceptance of a benchmark and/or classification scheme. Problems arise not only with consensus surrounding...
How strong is the link between being Lean and being Green? In recent years, the discipline of industrial ecology has developed as a practical approach to incorporating ecological principles into business and industrial processes in order to make these more sustainable. This paper takes one...
Beginning with a historical analysis of the application of value chain models in production systems, this paper highlights the issue of efficiency in conventional design and providing products and services and proposes a multifunctional approach to minimise the wasted value within the supply...
The UK government has promoted bio-fuels as a major contribution in tackling global warming and realising its sustainable development objectives. However, there is now clear evidence that first-generation bio-fuels suffer from serious eco-inefficiencies. UK bio-fuel policy instruments, far from...
Consumer products are increasingly the focus of regulations aimed at reducing their end-of-life environmental impacts. Products can vary along many dimensions – technological complexity, physical durability, rate of technological change and material characteristics. These attributes interact in...
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