2000 Annual report NATO/CCMS Pilot Study, Clean Products and Processes (Phase I).

Henrik Wenzel, Christine Molin, Michael Zwicky Hauschild, Hans Henrik Knudsen

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    Abstract

    The NATO/Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society third Pilot Study meeting on Clean Products and Processes was held in Copenhagen, Denmark on May 7-12, 2000. This meeting maintained the momentum generated during the of the first two years of the pilot study, focusing on progress made on several pilot projects being implemented by participating nations and continuing to build a program of collaborative endeavors. This meeting featured a special topical seminar titled, Product Oriented Environmental Measures, which focused participants’ attention on advances in product design and use. The meeting featured several guest lectures on significant developments in government programs, academic research and industrial applications. The report presents the ideas and views shared by the delegates and invited participants at the Copenhagen meeting. The full report can be viewed on the US EPA homepage.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication2000 Annual report NATO/CCMS Pilot Study, Clean Products and Processes (Phase I).
    EditorsWenzel, H., Molin, C., Hauschild, M. and Knudsen, H.H. (eds.)
    Place of PublicationCincinnati, OH
    PublisherUnited States Environmental Protection Agency
    Publication date2001
    Publication statusPublished - 2001
    EventNATO/CCMS Pilot Study Clean Products and Processes - Copenhagen, Denmark
    Duration: 7 May 200012 May 2000

    Conference

    ConferenceNATO/CCMS Pilot Study Clean Products and Processes
    CountryDenmark
    CityCopenhagen
    Period07/05/200012/05/2000

    Keywords

    • Clean products and processes - Product Oriented En

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