Using LCA tools in the design phase reduced the environmental impact of one company’s products by 25%. Another lowered greenhouse gas emissions by 15% after identifying sustainability opportunities in its manufacturing processes. A third company saved $1.5 million by meeting its sustainability goals two years ahead of schedule. Manufacturers are in a new phase of
Regardless of what started the global supply chain crisis, it all comes down to one thing for manufacturing companies: The lack of vital parts for your production. Here, 3D printing can become a powerful ally. The supply chain woes are clearly confirmed by a recent report from HUBS, Supply Chain Resilience. In the report, 98%
E-waste is a growing problem for the tech industry and a contributor to climate change. In 2020, the volume of electronic waste generated was 55.5 million metric tons (Statista, 2020) and it is estimated that this number will double by 2030 (The Conversation, 2020). In 2019, only 17.4% of e-waste was formally collected and recycled (The Conversation, 2020). What happened with the remainder is not clear.
Nekkar is working to minimize environmental impacts with an innovative closed fish cage. Using SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation allows them to reduce costs while improving quality. Read the story below and learn how the company is working to revolutionize the aquaculture industry.