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  • 1. CO Natural Crude Oil (fuel) (carbon Monoxide) Coal Gas NOx Zinc Ore Nickel Ore Molybdenum SOx CO2 (Nitrogen Oxide) Design/ Manufacturing (Sulphur Oxide) (Carbon Dioxide) N20 Copper Ore Logistics/ Marketing Platinum CxHy (Nitrous Procurement of raw materials (hydro Carbons) Oxide) CH4 Dust (Methane) NMVOC Chromium Ore (Non-methane Hydrocarbons) Manganese Ore Silver Ore Input Output Slag Bauxite Use/ Maintenance Lead Ore Crude Oil (raw Material) Unspecified Solid Waste Tin Ore Silver Gold Ore Ore BOD Titanium Water Timber Extracted Resources for the business activities such as •Energy resource •Mineral resource •Renewable Resources Sludge Land use (factory construction/ landscaping). Collection / Recycling COD (Biological Oxygen Demand) (Chemical Oxygen Demand) SS (suspended Solids) Continuous INPUT of resources to create products and OUTPUT of chemical substances, a linear relationship between these two are to be the basis of increasing the negative environmental impact on the Earth. In the future, if natural resources are to be depleted the we won’t be able to continue our normal business activities. We wonder if there is a way to avoid running out of resources as opposed to such linear activities. Substances that discharge in the process of business activities.
  • 2. Natural Crude Oil (fuel) Coal Gas CO (carbon Monoxide) Zinc Ore Nickel Ore Copper Ore NOx SOx CO2 (Nitrogen Oxide) (Sulphur Oxide) (Carbon Dioxide) N20 Platinum (hydr Carbons) CH4 Chromium Ore Manganese Ore CxHy (Nitrous Oxide) Molybdenum Dust (Methane) NMVOC Silver (Non-methane Ore Hydrocarbons) Bauxite Lead Crude Oil (raw Material) Slag Tin Ore Ore Silver Gold Ore Unspecified Solid Waste Sludge Ore Titanium Water Timber BOD COD (Biological Oxygen Demand) (Chemical Oxygen Demand) SS (suspended Solids)