Overview of green viewpoints
Definition of a green design
There are many ways to reduce CO2 emissions. Read about our take on the link to the greenhouse gas protocol.
We believe in sustainable solutions from a product point of view – making the actual product and production system better – in the sense that the product calls for less CO2 to perform its duty.
Our Robust Design services do not focus on packaging, reuse of exhaust heat, buying CO2 quotes, etc.
We are to support your CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) or ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) strategy and goals by efforts within product and production design.
Sustainability in design: levers to reduce CO2 emissions
- Replacement of virgin materials with recycled alternatives or bioplastics
Reduction of material consumption
- Geometry optimization
- Scrap reduction in production and assembly
Upcycling & circular design
- Modular Robust Design enables the replacement of modules and spare parts
- Robust Design enabling disassembly
- Lower energy consumption (higher performance/efficiency) of products
- Increase product lifetime
- Production efficiency: parts per cycle – efficiency/energy optimizations
- Production process change
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