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By Judith E. M. Klostermann, Arnold Tukker

ISBN-10: 9048149207

ISBN-13: 9789048149209

Prefaced through Björn Stigson, President of the area company Council for Sustainable improvement, this booklet is among the few that treats this subject by means of placing representatives of at centre level. The e-book systematically addresses the drivers, the instruments, and sector-specific parts that play a task during this procedure. The 5 chapters partially I are dedicated to a basic advent to eco-efficiency and the similar demanding situations to in its implementation. half II includes 23 case reports, just about all written via commercial specialists who inform how they take care of the problem: what the motivators are, what instruments can be utilized and the way they are often applied, and what are the explicit parts in sectors like development, electronics and packaging. those contributions come from multinationals like Unilever, Procter & Gamble, Akzo Nobel, Philips and Ciba-Geigy, in addition to small and medium sized companies from such sectors because the development and furnishings trades.

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B. Lovins and L. H. Lovins (1995) Faktor Vier. Doppelter Wohlstandhalbierter Naturverbrauch. Der Neue Bericht and den Club of Rome. Droemer Knaur, Miinchen, Germany. , A. Jasser and R. Kleijn (1997) 'Material suppliers and environmental metabolism', Environmental Science and Pollution Research 4, 2. 29 J E. M Klostermann and A. }. Product Innovation and Eco-efficiency. 29-30 © 1998 Kluwer Academic Publishers. 30 [10] Klein Goldwijk C. G. M. and 1. 1. Battjes (1995) The Image Hundred Year (1890--1990) Data Base of the Global Environment (HYDE), RIVM, Bilthoven, Holland.

Only a minor part of the cement production is for the export market. The production of RM C, by MEBIN and affiliates, is approximately 3 million m 3 • The total national consumption of RM C stands at approximately 8 million m 3 . 2. 1. Theory The product life-cycle theory was invented in the early days of marketing. It says that, after a product has been successfully introduced, a growth, maturity, saturation and decline phase will follow sooner or later. Many products, however, will never get beyond the introduction phase.

Symposium, 'Energy and the Environment', Maastricht, 7 April 1995. l. POTS and P. BENJAMIN Department of Research and Development, Polva Pipelife, PO. 1. Introduction In recent years, the bulk polymer PVC (polyvinylchloride) has been the target for attack by environmental groups. While the emphasis of these attacks has been on PVC packaging, the PVC pipe industry in Europe has also had to endure criticism for the supposed negative influence of both the raw materials and the finished products on the environment.

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