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Why the Circular Economy Will Drive Green and Sustainable Chemistry in Electronics

Why the Circular Economy Will Drive Green and Sustainable Chemistry in Electronics Electronic product manufacturers have successfully used a linear product life cycle management process (PLMP) for product definition, development, and manufacturing for decades. While this has met industry's and the markets’ requirements in the past, today markets are increasingly demanding products that are “circular”: more durable, more recyclable, longer‐lived, and less toxic. PLMP requirements must now include criteria that will enable a more circular economy; these criteria can drive demand for green and sustainable chemistry in the electronics industry and its supply chain. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Advanced Sustainable Systems Wiley

Why the Circular Economy Will Drive Green and Sustainable Chemistry in Electronics

Advanced Sustainable Systems , Volume Early View – Apr 30, 2021

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Wiley
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2366-7486
DOI
10.1002/adsu.202100046
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Abstract

Electronic product manufacturers have successfully used a linear product life cycle management process (PLMP) for product definition, development, and manufacturing for decades. While this has met industry's and the markets’ requirements in the past, today markets are increasingly demanding products that are “circular”: more durable, more recyclable, longer‐lived, and less toxic. PLMP requirements must now include criteria that will enable a more circular economy; these criteria can drive demand for green and sustainable chemistry in the electronics industry and its supply chain.

Journal

Advanced Sustainable SystemsWiley

Published: Apr 30, 2021

Keywords: circular economy; design; electronics; green and sustainable chemistry; life cycle; manufacture

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