Manufacturing for reuse

Bylinsky, Gene; Moore, Alicia Hills
February 1995
Fortune;2/6/1995, Vol. 131 Issue 2, p102
Discusses the hottest new production trend in the world: design for disassembly (DFD). How more companies are designing products to be torn apart into reusable pieces; Why DFD is environmentally-friendly and profitable; Examples in various industries; Automobiles; BMW's Series 3 auto; Computers; Siemen Nixdorf; Telephones; Northern Telecom; Engines; Deutz Service International; German laws for green manufacturing.


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