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Green Manufacturing


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Green Manufacturing

  1. 1. GreenManufacturing By Ashwin Joshi M.Tech.(Mech.) Sem II
  2. 2. ContentIntroductionWhy it is in important ?AreaBenefits.ImplementationChallengesExample
  3. 3. Manufacturing plays a very strategicrole in an organization, especially tobuild competitive advantage andimprove performance.With rapid changes in technology,customer needs and globalization,manufacturing itself is constantlytransforming and evolving.
  4. 4. What is Green manufacturing?“To prevent pollution and save energy through thediscovery and development of new knowledge thatreduces and/or eliminates the use or generation ofhazardous substances in the design, manufacture, andapplication of chemical products or processes.” • By The center for Green Manufacturing University of Alabama defines the goal of green manufacturing as
  5. 5. What is Green manufacturing?It is a system that integrates product and process design issues with issues of manufacturing, planning and control in such a manner as to identify, quantify, assess, and manage the flow of environmental waste with the goal of reducing and ultimately minimizing environmental impact while also trying to maximize resource efficiency. • Definition
  6. 6. Why Green Manufacturing is so important?Due to the recent global climate, humans have started to realize thevulnerability of nature and the disasters it may bring as response of ournegligence. The following are the recent stresses on our environment • As much fresh water has been withdrawn in the last 30 1 years as in the last three centuries • The rate of increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide between 1970 and 2000 is nearly double that between 2 1960 and 1970. • Carbon emissions have increased by more than 1.5 3 times since 1970 • Carbon emissions have increased by more than 1.5 4 times since 1970 • Industrial waste. “Minimize at source”. 5
  7. 7. Areas of applications Lean Product GreenManufacturing design Chemistry Automobile• Attention paid • Use of recycled • Avoidance of design and materials toxics to waste • Design for • Harmless manufacture generated service, disasse solvents along the way mbly and• Energy recycling • Solvent less reduction in technologies streamlined logistic
  8. 8. Benefits• The goal of Green Manufacturing is to reduce waste to zero.• This will definitely improves the ecology and stop pollution. 1.Environmental Benefits
  9. 9. Benefits • The company is said to have social responsibility and this reputation means a lot to the company • The society now is fonder to environmental friendly products • Zero waste policy 2.Company Benefits
  10. 10. Benefits• Green Manufacturing spins off a lot of research and development projects.• Each of these projects enhances our technology. 3.Technological Benefits
  11. 11. Implementation• Production process here involves the product design and process design.• Waste reduction.• Recyclable materials should be used.• Reduce wastes in energy. 1.Production Process
  12. 12. Implementation• ISO 14000 environmental management standards exist to help organizations.• ISO 14001 is an internationally accepted specification for an environmental management system (EMS). 2.International Organization for Standardization
  13. 13. Implementation• WEEE - Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment.• RoHS - Restriction of Hazardous Substances.• ELV -End of Life Vehicle directives. 3.Regulations
  14. 14. Challenges Long Term Effort Investment Increase in Production Cost Engineers
  15. 15. Example Panasonics ECONAVI - the intelligenteco-sensor feature further reducing energy consumption in air conditioners by up to 30% Increased Energy Savings
  16. 16. Fuel Efficiency & Green HighwaysFlexible Asphalt Absorbs Energy – Rigid Concrete Doesn’t
  17. 17. The charts show a range of potential annualfuel savings and reductions in pollutantemissions that could be achieved if the USHighway was paved with concrete ratherthan asphalt.
  18. 18. THANK YOU Ashwin Joshi M.Tech.(CAD/CAM) B.V.D.U.C.O.E. Pune