3D printing is gaining more and more practical applications within the manufacturing industry. Is this a ecological beneficial development? Some impact assessments illustrate up to 47% better performance. What can we learn from these assessments? What are the conditions to guarantee the performance over the whole lifecycle? How can we incorporate 3D printing in a circular strategy and business model?
In her session, Jeannette Levels, will answer these questions using practical examples and models. You will gain insights and support to develop circular economy for your own organisation.
A presentation by Jeannette Levels, Partner / senior consultant, LBP|SIGHT
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Question 1: What drives you?
Creating a circular economy is a positive prospectus on a manufacturing industry operating within the planetary boundaries.
Question 2: Why should the delegate attend your session?
You will gain insights and support to develop circular economy for your own organisation.
Question 3: What emerging technologies / trends do you see as having the greatest potential in the short and long run?
data driven material flows
Question 4: What kind of impact do you expect them to have?
Data driven value chains will explore new co operations and business models, the classic value chain relations are changing rapidly and new value systems are created. These systems are data driven and have a new circular economy efficiency in providing, also changing, market demands.
Question 5: What are the barriers that might stand in the way?
Policy and traditional market structures, such as tenders, are not changing fast enough to create a clear perspective on a short term for the industrial transformation needed.
About Jeannette Levels
Jeannette Levels has over 20 years’ experience in environmental life cycle assessments within the manufacturing industry and the build environment. She is involved in the Dutch national circular economy program for the manufacturing industry, the Dutch National Environmental Database and CIRCO. She executes projects for industrial companies on LCA and impact improvement and supports contractors in sustainable tender criteria.
Jeannette has a background in environmental technology combined with association management and CSR accountability.
About LBP| SIGHT
LBP| SIGHT is a consultancy and engineering firm in the field of construction, space and the environment. We give advice in various fields and themes to a broad spectrum of customers.
Jeannette Levels will be speaking at the 2022 edition of the Additive Manufacturing Climate Action Conference.