Despite the existence of a large amount of eco-labels and eco-standards for product declaration, there is still limited research for the development of process-related certification schemes dealing with ecodesign implementation and management. In order to identify companies’ drivers, barriers and expected benefits in regards to the development and application of process-related ecodesign certification schemes, a survey was carried out inthis research. This paper presents and discusses the main results obtained in the survey, which comprised the participation of more than 100 professionals from more than 25 countries. The results will be employed for the development of an ecodesign process-related certification scheme based on the Ecodesign Maturity Model (EcoM2).
|Title of host publication||Proccedings of the 10th International Symposium and Environmental Exhibition|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
|Event||Going Green - Care Innovation 2014: 10th International Symposium and Environmental Exhibition - Schoenbrunn Palace Conference Centre, Vienna, Austria|
Duration: 17 Nov 2014 → 20 Nov 2014
|Conference||Going Green - Care Innovation 2014|
|Location||Schoenbrunn Palace Conference Centre|
|Period||17/11/2014 → 20/11/2014|