The work presented in this paper is part of an on-going, three year, collaborative research project
between Cranfield University and AB Electrolux, sponsored by EPSRC. The overall aim of this
project is to develop a ‘tool’ for industrial designers working within the Electrical/Electronic product
sector to enable them to undertake ecodesign more easily.
CitationLOFTHOUSE, BHAMRA and SARES, 2001. Communicating Ecodesign within Electrolux: a case study. IN: (Eco) Design Today and Profit Tomorrow, 23-25 April, University of Sheffield
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NotesThis is a conference paper.