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Training ecodesign for electronics REWIN project

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In this slideshow you can see the steps you can take to make your product ready for disassembly. It also contains examples of existing Eco-designed products and explanation about the European …

In this slideshow you can see the steps you can take to make your product ready for disassembly. It also contains examples of existing Eco-designed products and explanation about the European guidelines.

This presentation was designed as a training for Chinese recycle companies, designers and producers to introduce Ecodesign. This training was commissioned by Rijkswaterstaat a dutch governmental organisation that took part in the Switch Asia program set up by the European union. This project calls REWIN.
Because of the language gab these slides are made with very little text. Everything that was presented during the training you can see. That's why there are so many slides. No text needed!











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  • 1. Made and presented by Eveline BijleveldCommissioned by Rijkswaterstaat, the Netherlands
  • 2. • Why Ecodesign• European Union guidelines• How to do Ecodesign• Examples• How to make money with greenGuideline
  • 3. Critical Materials!
  • 4. Critical Materials!
  • 5. YttriumColor ScreenCeriumGlass PolishingPraseodymiumColor ScreenPhone CircuitryGlass polishingSpeakersNeodymiumVibration UnitPhone CircuitrySpeakersLanthaniumColor ScreenPhone CircuitryGlass polishingEuropiumColor ScreenGadoliniumColor ScreenPhone CircuitrySpeakersTerbiumColor ScreenSpeakersDysprosiumVibration UnitPhone CircuitrySpeakersColor Screen
  • 6. YttriumColor ScreenCeriumGlass PolishingPraseodymiumColor ScreenPhone CircuitryGlass polishingSpeakersNeodymiumVibration UnitPhone CircuitrySpeakersLanthaniumColor ScreenPhone CircuitryGlass polishingEuropiumColor ScreenGadoliniumColor ScreenPhone CircuitrySpeakersTerbiumColor ScreenSpeakersDysprosiumVibration UnitPhone CircuitrySpeakersColor Screen
  • 7. Very important!
  • 8. < 1 % recycling!
  • 9. < 50 % recycling!
  • 10. NOW
  • 11. 20 years
  • 12. 50 years
  • 13. !? !?70 years
  • 14. !? !?Urban Mining!!!
  • 15. So small!
  • 16. So many!
  • 17. • Why Ecodesign• European Union guidelines• How to do Ecodesign• Examples• How to make money with greenGuideline
  • 18. 3GuidelinesPublic/ NGO’sIntrinsically
  • 19. 3 environmental criteria: 1. Energy and Climate2. Greener Products3. Sustainable Operations
  • 20. Ecodesignguidelinesin the EuropeanUnion
  • 21. Basics EU guidelines +Basics guidelinesHow to make improvements is up tothe designer and manufacturerEco labels +++
  • 22. Basics EU guidelines +Part 1Part 2Part 3RequirementsSubstantive explanation ofrequirementsEnforcementminimum requirements: water, energy, packaging
  • 23. Part 1Par 2• Raw material• Manufacturing• Packaging• Transport• Distribution• Installation and maintenance• Use• End-of-life• Materials• Emissions to air, water or soil• Waste material• Weight, volume of the productWhich environmental aspects can be improved.How big the improvement must be.
  • 24. Basics guidelines
  • 25. Eco labelsFutureBasics guidelines!? !?http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sustainable-business/documents/eco-design/legislation/implementing-measures/index_en.htm
  • 26. The Plan:Redesign
  • 27. Circular Economy! http://www.ellenmacarthurfoundation.org/
  • 28. • Why Ecodesign• European Union guidelines• How to do Ecodesign• Examples• How to make money with greenGuideline
  • 29. A few facts
  • 30. 18month rule
  • 31. ImpactA Short life cycle = bigger impact in production phaseShort life cycleLong life cycleImpact
  • 32. 1. Product improvement2. Redesign3. Function innovation4. System innovation4 levels of innovation
  • 33. Checks14
  • 34. 1.Easy disassembly?
  • 35. Instructions on the product for disassembly2.
  • 36. Not necessary to turn the product3.
  • 37. 1.Use fewer different materials4.
  • 38. Material indication on parts5.
  • 39. Use simple materials6.
  • 40. Don’t mix materials7.
  • 41. No glues or dissolvable glue’s8.
  • 42. Standardization9.
  • 43. 10.Use snap hooks
  • 44. 11.Make the construction visible
  • 45. Minimize parts by combining12.
  • 46. Minimize parts by combining, use nut and bolt connection12.
  • 47. Integrate parts13.
  • 48. No paint, use inherent color14.
  • 49. RecycleRepair Upgrade &Replace a part
  • 50. • Why Ecodesign• European Union guidelines• How to do Ecodesign• Examples• How to make money with greenGuideline
  • 51. Example 1
  • 52. 85%70% = non metalGoal: Design a recyclable Circuit board
  • 53. .http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzFR4mPI34E.+ =Goal: Design a recyclable Circuit boardhttp://www.npl.co.uk/news/recyclable-printed-circuit-boards
  • 54. Example 2
  • 55. Goal: Lower impact on environment100%recoveredLumia Windows Phone 8& BFR, RFR, nickle free60% +Energy efficiency options• Battery• Charger• Screen
  • 56. A Short life cycle = bigger impact in production phaseLumia Windows Phone 8
  • 57. Example 3
  • 58. Goal: Design for recycling applied to complicated product
  • 59. Do it yourself
  • 60. Green as by product
  • 61. Green as by product
  • 62. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQX_NGb5vXs
  • 63. Example 4
  • 64. Goal: Low impact on environmentEconova LED TVGoal: Design for recycling, minimal material extraction
  • 65. • Energy saving button (Stand by function)• 60% recycled aluminum + Recyclable coating• Weight reduction• Ready for disassemble• Reduction on hazardous substancesEconova LED TV% recycled aluminium0,02,04,06,08,010,012,014,0C02 footprintCo2 footprint PC/ABS
  • 66. Example 5
  • 67. + =Used 472 million postconsumer recycled plastic bottles=1500 cars off the road for 1 year.Goal: Close the loop and reduce carbon footprint
  • 68. Example 6
  • 69. Senseo Viva Café EcoGoal: Lower impact on environment
  • 70. 50%http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4isgiv7i4iQSenseo Viva Café Eco
  • 71. • Why Ecodesign• European Union guidelines• How to do Ecodesign• Examples• How to make money with greenGuideline
  • 72. Marketing &salesQualitySystem designEcodesignSupplier5
  • 73. 1. Supplier• Recycled material• Less utilities• Image
  • 74. • Less materials• Less Packaging• Less production waste• Lower assembly cost2. Ecodesign
  • 75. 3. Marketing & sales
  • 76. 4. Quality
  • 77. 5. System design
  • 78. Road map to green business1 2 3 4 51. Where do we stand now?2. Where do we want to be in 5 years?3. SWOT4. Market situation/ share/ Customers?5. Necessary knowledge6. Necessary corporate changes7. Necessary technical changes8. CostsYears  Monitoring!
  • 79. Towards the circular economy!http://www.ellenmacarthurfoundation.org/
  • 80. For more information please contact Eveline Bijleveldinfo@evelinebijleveld.com