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Companies: How to get ahead with "Eco-design "

The question of the circular economy has been a major issue for several years. If anyone understands the need to turn to the eco-design of their products, others prefer to see the profitability generated by their activity without asking questions about its social and environmental impact.
However, to see more closely, consumers are increasingly concerned by environmental concerns, although it must be recognized that this awareness is still translated into systematic responsible purchasing behavior.

Companies are happy to promote their environmental performance, but are they still looking to design and promote "green" products?

Eco-design and circular economy, an essential complementarity!

In recent years, the circular economy has gradually emerged in France as an innovative concept and a response to consumer demand. Eco-design and circular economy complement each other without substituting one for the other. The circular economy puts environmental issues at the heart of economic issues. This is why the link between eco-design and the circular economy must be better understood by economic actors.
There is therefore an undeniable link between the eco-design lifecycle approach and the pillars of the circular economy. The latter, according to ADEME, "aims to change the paradigm with respect to the so-called linear economy of a product's life, by limiting the waste of resources and the environmental impact, and by increasing efficiency at all stages. of the economy of products. "

Stage of an eco-design project

To succeed in an eco-design project within your company, you must integrate the environment right from the design phase of your product or service, taking into account its entire life cycle. Suppose you are a company that makes office furniture, you have to think about how your furniture, at the end of its life cycle, could be recycled and used to design a new tool. This transversal methodological approach guarantees an overall reduction of the environmental impacts of the service product system, taking into account its life cycle.

Think "economy of functionality"
Thinking in terms of economy of functionality, it is to privilege the use to the possession of the product. This means that you will have to sell a performance rather than a product. This economic model is becoming increasingly important in our latitudes and disconnects economic growth from resource consumption.
Although we must recognize the innovation of this approach, the observation also remains that the economy of functionality is not a guarantee of reducing the environmental impact. Indeed, we must consider a balance between economy of functionality and eco-design.

This balance is an innovative approach, serving the environment and well-being, developed by TRIAKAZ. If eco-design is a method of developing products or services in perpetual evolution, the circular economy is a concept that mobilizes little by little many economic actors, associations and institutions. The circular economy needs the methodology proposed by eco-design to make informed choices to ensure environmental performance. In addition, eco-design must take advantage of the momentum generated by the circular economy to deploy on a large scale.

To sum up the eco-design of the product is part of the "FreeR3 Attitude" which aims to:

  reduce the amount of waste generated by their manufacture and use;
  re-use all or part of their components as long as possible:
  easily recycle their components to zero waste.

Thus, integrating eco-design into the heart of everyday products is the challenge of the 21st century! Living in harmony and consuming the resources of our Earth, while maintaining its biological balance and ours, has become a contemporary emergency to ensure a healthy planet for future generations.

TRIAKAZ invites you to join the movement by anticipating your future ... eco-designed!