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  • Source: IDSA Notes: A spider diagram represents the relevant environmental aspects of a product's life cycle in different axes , which results in a web-like graph. This tool is normally used to compare different products or design options , and is particularly useful to view the results of an environmental assessment. You can also create your own spider diagram adapted to any product depending on the available environmental information. In this case, you may select relevant environmental aspects related to the product's life cycle, such as the use of non-renewable materials, energy consumption during manufacturing or use, the greenhouse emissions produced during distribution etc. Environmental aspects identified during implementation of an Environmental Management Systems (EMS) may be used as the axes, and then the spider diagram may be used for communication of the EMS as well. Web resources:
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