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Nydia Suppen

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Nydia Suppen

  1. 1. www.ncpc.o.za Name: Dr Nydia Suppen Topic: ISO Standards and Life Cycle Thinking/Management Tools Dr. Nydia Suppen is the founder of the Center for LCA and Sustainable Design. She is currently the Vice-chair of the ISO LCA committee, and was the co-convener for the development of the ISO 14046 and 14073 water footprint standards. She has experience of over 20 years in LCA and has carried out more than 300 LCAs worldwide. She is a certified “Train of trainers” in LCA, Ecolabeling, Water and Carbon footprinting, and has worked extensively with the United Nations Environmental Programme and the ISO Academy -Train of Trainers programs. Dr. Suppen has a doctorate in Computer Controlled Machinery, Life Cycle Engineering from Osaka University, an MSc Manufacturing Systems from University of Texas at Austin and Monterrey Tech University, where she also graduated as a Mechanical Engineer. Case Study Life-cycle Management in Industry
  2. 2. Dra. Nydia Suppen LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT TOOLS
  3. 3. 3 ? Raw material Waste Impacts /Footprints Volume
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  5. 5. INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  6. 6. INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (IMS) System of interconnected parts, comprising of planning, implementing, checking and carrying out corrective action. Quality (QMS), Environmental (EMS), and Safety (OHSMS) management systems are often combined and managed as an IMS.  Consistent objectives, planning, and document management  Implementation and operation of the system cost less.  Easier internal audits  No redundancies and transparency
  7. 7. LIFE CYCLE DESIGN
  8. 8. LIFE CYCLE DESIGN Process integrated within the design and development that aims to reduce environmental impacts and continually to improve the environmental performance of the products, throughout their life cycle  Cost reduction and attraction of financing and investments.  Promotion of innovation and creativity.  Reduction in liability through reduced environmental impacts and improved product knowledge.  Improved public image
  9. 9. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
  10. 10. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Integration of social and environmental aspects into the supply chain. It comprises procurement, operations, and logistics from raw materials acquistions to customer satisfaction.  Potential to find a good supplier  Being seen as an “environmental champion“  Fulfill legal demands from extended producer responsibility  Better customer relationship  New markets
  11. 11. LIFE CYCLE COSTING
  12. 12. LIFE CYCLE COSTING Assessment of all cost associated with the product life cycle directly covered by actors in the value chain (supplier, manufacturer, consumer, and/or end-of-life service), with the inclusion of externalities that are anticipated to be internalized in the decision-relevant future.  cost reduction  profitability enhancement  increased product quality  better decision-making satisfying information demands  improvement of life cycle performance
  13. 13. ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATION
  14. 14. ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATION Verified and registered document that communicates transparent and comparable information about the life-cycle environmental impacts (footprint) of a product.  Identification of cost savings  Meeting customer needs  Increasing recognition  Avoiding greenwash  Product improvement
  15. 15. CORPORATE REPORTING
  16. 16. CORPORATE REPORTING Corporate reporting is the publication of information on how an organisation is managing life cycle issues.  improve reputation  aid communication with a wide variety of stakeholders  play a major role in improving management of risk  savings in resources used and operating costs.
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  18. 18. Dra. Nydia Suppen Thank you!

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