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The assignment evaluates you; abilitv to address the practice of sustainable and Cleaner Production. it will determine your ability to identify and adopt the optimal management of engineering for a system while protecting and sustaining natural resources for future generations. You will have to create a solution addressing management of enaineering that will incorporate all aspects of sustainability from the manufacturing point of view to the application of Government regulations.
his assessment is relevant to the foilowing learning outcome:
apply a systems approach to problem definition of sustainable industrial wleaner Production and ecoioaicallv responsible organisations investigate consolidate ideas on the application of rew sustainabþ technologies t satisfy social enc! requirements of industrial systems in their operatina environment aopiv recent developments in strategic planning and strategic management the ?pplication end management of modern technology-based information and communication systems design end the effectiveness and impacts of technology development strateaies üüeinst the goals of a sustainable environment participate ccnfrÏbute to the development of oolicies te application of environmental management svstems such es Cleaner Production monitorinc,
Specifically, this assessment will determine vour ability to:
apply the r;ew related to sustainable technologies to satisfy leaal, economic requirements of industrial systems in their ooeretina environment evaluate strateaie management practice in the application and manaaern Q nt [f modern technologvbased information and communication systems design strategies against the goals of a sustainable environment identify problems and obstacles associated with management for sustainabilitv
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Select and evaluate oraenisation or [Adustry with a focus on its system ccrmdexity_ You rt eed to be to gather enouc;h informatiõn nn the Production oractices.
You should o;ace a assessing whether or not the com environmental strategy an./or
a) a review envwržržmental management and ettttuaes processes •within
0) Review the current management orocesses and ?deržtiru identifv tyoes
cre ate '(low chtart (cleaner Production staae 6) characteris= the waste (u}eaner Product}on staoe 8) conduct esource/eneroy audit of the organisation
Prodoct;on anoroanh miaht morove res.?Rfice levels. rrovide a oían for identified.
The following structure provides a Guideline for the structure of the report and what need incéude in it. This forms the foundation for assessing your report's completeness and quality. Refer to the rubric for more detail.
Background information
Selection of system or organisation
Motivation
Systems objectives/purpose
Environment
Subsystems objectives/purpose
Elements of the subsystems and their attributes
System relationshios
System: each of its subsvstems
Subsvstems: Between each of the subsystems elements
System complexity
Dynamics of system
Current environmental policy
Problem/challenge ciescöiption
Environmental problems
Impacts
Waste management
Resource audit
Brief description of application of Cleaner Production Short410ng-term plans examination of each Cleaner Production stage in the context of the probl—ra/challenae
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Implementation iSSUûS
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