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Life Cycle Management Applied to Ecodesign: "Daily Re-evolutions: Waste Prevention Project at Municipal Markets"

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Martinez, C.J. ; Drawing, Design & Aesthetics Dept., Univ. de La Laguna, Tenerife

Prevention has become an absolute priority for European Union Waste Policy in the last years before reusing and recycling. Nevertheless, in spite of important achievements in these field under European Directive of Waste Packaging (1994), the truth is that waste amount is still increasing worryingly. Prevention strategies are obstructed by several factors such as the difficult to be approved by all the social actors, not much databases, and lack of experiences carried out in this sense. The project "daily re-evolutions" is born in this context, as a contribution to make up some of these lacks, trying to answer local council plans. The concept insists on the idea that every little acts and daily habits are more relevant for the environment and by extension, for the planet, than we think. So, revolution starts by rethinking and changing our evolution patterns day by day. After the abstract, you should list a few key words that describe your paper. Typically, you should list about 5 to 7 key words, in alphabetical order, using 9 point times new roman bold font. An example is shown next

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Environmentally Conscious Design and Inverse Manufacturing, 2005. Eco Design 2005. Fourth International Symposium on

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12-14 Dec. 2005

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