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Green Performance Map – An Industrial Tool for Enhancing Environmental Improvements within a Production System

Note:

Full paper submitted for review Nov 21.Additional authors: 2) Martin Kurdve, MDH 4) Joacim Wictorsson, Haldex

Publication Type:

Conference/Workshop Paper

Venue:

CIRP Life Cycle Engineering


Abstract

Empirical findings indicate a need of support for environmental management within the manufacturing industry for improving the environmental performance of their production systems. This paper elaborates on a generic, three step visualization tool, here called Green Performance Map (GPM). The GPM adds to the framework of ISO 14001, providing the user with a systematic procedure to visualize environmental performance in order to facilitate the identification, prioritization and communication of relevant environmental aspects. The results are based on theoretical studies and an extensive case study at a Swedish automotive company. Pilot tests indicate a vast potential for the GPM tool.

Bibtex

@inproceedings{Romvall1983,
author = {Karin Romvall and Martin Kurdve and Monica Bellgran},
title = {Green Performance Map – An Industrial Tool for Enhancing Environmental Improvements within a Production System},
note = {Full paper submitted for review Nov 21.Additional authors: 2) Martin Kurdve, MDH 4) Joacim Wictorsson, Haldex},
month = {May},
year = {2011},
booktitle = {CIRP Life Cycle Engineering},
url = {http://www.ipr.mdh.se/publications/1983-}
}