ISO 14000 and Environmentally Conscious Manufacturing
This chapter examines the ISO 14000 environmental standard, the basic components of Environmentally Conscious Manufacturing, and gives some examples of how they may be integrated in support of an organization’s environmental policy
KeywordsEnvironmental Performance Environmental Aspect Total Quality Management Environmental Management System Inventory Analysis
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