- Recorded on November 8, 2017
This webinar provided an overview of sustainable manufacturing and outlined the purpose and elements of the Kentucky Sustainable Manufacturing Initiative.
– Importance of sustainable manufacturing
– Business case for sustainable manufacturing
– Integrating sustainability in manufacturing operations and product development
– Life cycle thinking
– Overview of the Initiative’s training series, and provision for technical assistance
– Obtain a framework for thinking about sustainable manufacturing
– Learn principles of sustainable manufacturing
– Initiate your thinking about sustainable manufacturing in preparation for the training series
- Presentation Info
Lissa McCracken, Executive Director, KPPC
Mark Toda, Sr. Sustainability Engineer, KPPC
Dr. I.S. Jawahir, Director
Institute for Sustainable Manufacturing
University of Kentucky
Contents:[00:00] Introduction [03:42] The Kentucky Sustainable Manufacturing Initiative [18:00] Fundamentals of Sustainable Manufacturing [42:05] KSMI Training and Technical Support [55:27] Wrap-up / Next Actions
Questions and Answers[40:01] How does the energy with cryogenic machining compare with traditional cutting fluid machining? [41:20] Talking about the lean concepts, how are they applied to the energy and pollution prevention aspects? [53:30] Are there state and local incentives to encourage and help businesses fund the journey down this path?
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If you would like a PDF copy of the presentation slides used during this webinar, please contact Mark Toda at KPPC.
Lean Manufacturing and the Environment online LEAN resources page
Lean Manufacturing and the Environment: Research on Advanced Manufacturing Systems and the Environment and Recommendations for Leveraging Better Environmental Performance
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