Design for Disassembly (DfD) Reduce, Recycle, Reuse. by: Jesse Miller. Agenda. DfD Defined Why use DfD? How do you implement DfD? Workplace examples of DfD Is it easy to disassemble your product? Reading list. Design for Disassembly (DfD) Defined.
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Design for Disassembly(DfD)Reduce, Recycle, Reuse
by: Jesse Miller
HP products are designed to be recycled. Recycling design features include:
With the growing world demand for manufactured goods, and the decreasing availability of landfill space, recycling is becoming more of a necessity than a good idea. By making it possible to re-use product parts, companies can decrease their production costs, decrease refuse and landfill materials, and increase their quality management. A company that can recycle and re-use their own parts is not only ahead of the game of the future, which will eventually require compliance with DfD, DfS, and other green design initiatives, but that company is also at an advantage compared to others in their industry who have not considered such changes.