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Thursday, 27 April 2017
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Material
Material efficiency, especially in industries as noted by UNEP 2009, is defined as the amount of a particular material needed to produce a particular product.

By lack of awareness of industries, some industries don’t respect the ration of the material to produce a final product.
In cleaner production, the light weighting option is recommended. Waste reduction in production process as well as the recycling of post consumption waste material back into production contributing to material efficiency.
Examples:
  • corrosion protection reduce the amount of damaged material,
  • Print on double side and on demand save a lot of material, energy,
  • By scandalizing quality or specialized machine, it is ensured on the waste reduction.
  • Material efficiency can also enhanced by procurement efficient through avoiding the wrong quantities during the purchasing, transport or storage of the material.