Last minute-sign up: Contact Linda +45 28516391. Electronic waste is a growing global problem. At the same time, electronic components can have a significant environmental impact due to their material composition. Which approaches can support the looping of electronic components, products, and materials? Info: The workshop is in Makerspace at Elværket Skive
Electronic waste is a growing global problem. At the same time, electronic components can have a significant environmental impact due to their material composition (i.e., due to mining of minerals and metals). There are several aspects to this project, which should be explored based on the different problems we are trying to solve. This entails an analysis of the various strategies, which include the following elements:
Roles, interest, and capabilities of main stakeholders.
Which problems do we wish to solve?
Do we want to:
Support our customers in discarding the product responsibly?
Contribute to the highest degree of recycling, upcycling, or looping to other players/industries?
Ensure a flow back of components, which can support the supply chain set up by lowering the dependence on imports?
Minimize the environmental impact of DEIF’s products at the end of life? solve other challenges tackle all the above?
Main perspectives in resource looping:
Recycling: recycling only – entering global material flow, recycling with loop to other industries, recycling with loop to DEIF’s supply chain
Reuse of components: direct reuse of components for DEIF products, reuse of components by other Industries.
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Info: The workshop is in Elværket Skive at Makerspace.
Last minute-sign up: Contact Linda +45 28516391
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