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  • Cradle to Cradle

    Andrea JaramilloStudent Msc. Engineering

    HerreraIndustrial Design

  • Cradle to CradleBusiness Case

    TheoryTheoryC2C lectures

    Books Papers /documents

    C2C Expo LabC2C PII

    MBDC websiteEPEA website

    Practice

    Cradle to Cradle Business Case/ Andrea Herrera/ j.a.herrerajaramillo@student.utwente.nl / University of Twente/ Dec 2012

  • Cradle to CradleBusiness Case

    Part 1Cradle to Cradle

    Theory

    Cradle to Cradle implementation

    process

    Part 2Implementation

    Environment Description

    Leolux Staco

    Van Houtum

    Part 3Comparison

    Leolux Staco

    Van Houtum

    Cradle to Cradle Business Case/ Andrea Herrera/ j.a.herrerajaramillo@student.utwente.nl / University of Twente/ Dec 2012

  • Cradle to CradleBusiness Case

    Cradle to Cradle Business Case/ Andrea Herrera/ j.a.herrerajaramillo@student.utwente.nl / University of Twente/ Dec 2012

    Cradle to Cradle Theory

    Cradle to Cradle Implementation process

    Part 1

  • Cradle to CradleTheory review

    Cradle to Cradle Business Case/ Andrea Herrera/ j.a.herrerajaramillo@student.utwente.nl / University of Twente/ Dec 2012

    Philosophy

    Improving product quality by moving from being

    (eco-efficiency) to becoming (eco-

    effectiveness)

    'less bad'

    'good'

    Principles

    1. Waste equals food:

    2. Use current solar income:

    3. Celebrate diversity:

    nutrients become nutrients

    again

    use renewable sources powered by sun

    biodiversity, cultural

    diversity and conceptual diversity

    Application tools

    Roadmaps

    Defined Use Pathways

    Design for Assembly, Disassembly and Reverse

    Logistics

    Preferred Ingredients Lists (P-Lists)

  • Cradle to CradleTheory: Cradle to Cradle certification

    Cradle to Cradle Business Case/ Andrea Herrera/ j.a.herrerajaramillo@student.utwente.nl / University of Twente/ Dec 2012

    Renewable Energy and Carbon

    Management

  • Cradle to CradleTheory: Cradle to Cradle certification

    Cradle to Cradle Business Case/ Andrea Herrera/ j.a.herrerajaramillo@student.utwente.nl / University of Twente/ Dec 2012

    Program Category

    Material Health

    Material Reutilization

    Water Stewardship

    Social Fairness

    OVERALL CERTIFICATION LEVEL

    Renewable Energy and Carbon Management

    Source: Website C2C Products Innovation Institute

    Example product score card

  • Cradle to CradleCradle to Cradle certification - Material Health

    Cradle to Cradle Business Case/ Andrea Herrera/ j.a.herrerajaramillo@student.utwente.nl / University of Twente/ Dec 2012

    Source: Lecture C2C Design Paradigm I

    C2C ABC-X classification ABC-X classification Example

    Source: Lecture C2C Design Paradigm I

  • Cradle to CradleCradle to Cradle certification - Material Reutilization

    Cradle to Cradle Business Case/ Andrea Herrera/ j.a.herrerajaramillo@student.utwente.nl / University of Twente/ Dec 2012

    Cradle to Cradle Biological nutrients and Technical nutrients

  • Cradle to CradleCradle to Cradle certification -

    Cradle to Cradle Business Case/ Andrea Herrera/ j.a.herrerajaramillo@student.utwente.nl / University of Twente/ Dec 2012

    Renewable Energy and Carbon Management

    Annual purchased electricity/heat and direct on-site emissions

    associated with the final manufacturing stage of the

    product are quantified.

    A renewable energy use and carbon management strategy is

    developed.

    For the final manufacturing stage of the product, 5% of purchased electricity is renewably sourced or offset with renewable energy

    projects, and 5% of direct on-site emissions are offset.

    Local- and business-specific water-related

    issues are characterized (e.g., the manufacturer will determine if water

    scarcity is an issue and/or if sensitive ecosystems are at risk due to direct

    operations)

    A facility-wide water audit is completed.

    Product-related process chemicals in effluent are

    characterized and assessed.

    A basic self-audit is conducted to assess protection of fundamental

    human rights.

    A full social responsibility self-audit is complete and a positive

    impact strategy is developed (based on UN Global Compact

    Tool or B-Corp).

    The company is actively conducting an innovative social project that positively impacts

    employees lives, the local community, global community, social aspects of the products

    supply chain, or recycling/reuse.

    Water Stewardship Social Fairness

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    SIC

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  • Cradle to CradleCradle to Cradle certification process

    1.2.

    3.4.

    5.6.7.

    8.

    9. 10.

    11.

    12.

    Download the current information and data forms. Talk to EPEA about the procedure. To start the collaboration, you will need to

    sign a secrecy agreement and a contract with EPEA. Fill out the applicant data form, the material appendix and the water appendix. If you have suppliers, please forward the supplier data form and the water

    appendix to them. Send the completed forms to EPEA. EPEA specifies expected costs. You confirm your agreement in writing. EPEA compiles a profile determining to which extent the respective product

    fulfils the Cradle to Cradle criteria. Included in this is a complete assessment of all materials used in the production process as well as an examination of the production process itself.

    If your product contains ingredients assessed as X i.e. red (recommendation phase out). EPEA compiles a summary and suggests a certification level (basic, silver, gold, platinum).

    The data and the summary are forwarded to C2C PII for auditing. C2C PII audits the certification process. The final certification level is fixed in

    agreement between C2C PII and EPEA. The certificate is sent to EPEA and the certified product is listed on the website of C2C PII.

    You receive the certificate, the summary and the certification logo from EPEA. From C2C PII, you receive a trademark license to use the logo and the term Cradle to Cradle. You countersign the licensing agreement.

    The certificate is valid for one year. After one year, it is time for recertification.

    1.2.3.

    Determine if the product is appropriate for certification. Select an Accredited Assessment Body Complete initial application forms

    4.

    5.6.

    Work with the assessor to compile and evaluate data and documentation

    Certification Summary Report Review Re-certification

    EPEA

    MB

    DC

    Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation

    Institute

  • Cradle to CradleCradle to Cradle certification process

    Cradle to Cradle Business Case/ Andrea Herrera/ j.a.herrerajaramillo@student.utwente.nl / University of Twente/ Dec 2012

    1. Download current information and data forms from our website. 2. Talk to EPEA about the procedure. Sign a secrecy agreement and a contract with EPEA. 3. Fill out the applicant data form, the material appendix and the water appendix.4. Forward the supplier data form and the water appendix to suppliers.5. Send the completed forms to EPEA. 6. EPEA specifies expected costs for the certification. Company confirms agreement.

    7. Assessment of all materials used in the production process as well as an examination of the production process itself.8. If product contains ingredients assessed as X i.e. red further actions (phase out) are discussed. EPEA compiles a summary and suggests a certification level9. The data and the summary are forwarded to C2C PII for auditing.10. C2C PII audits the certification process. The final certification level is fixed in agreement between C2C PII and EPEA. The certificate is sent to EPEA and the certified product is listed on the website of C2C PII.11. Company receives the certificate, the summary and the certification logo from EPEA. From C2C PII receives a trademark license to use the logo and the term Cradle to Cradle. 12. The certificate is valid for one year. After one year, it is time for recertification.

    1. Determine if the product is appropriate for certification

    2. Select an Accredited Assessment Body

    3. Complete initial application forms

    4. Work with the assessor to compile and evaluate data and documentation.

    5. Certification Summary Report Review

    6. Re-certification

    Internal Check

    InventoryAssessment

    Optimization

    Certification

    Re-certification

    MBDC EPEA C2C PII

  • Cradle to CradleCradle to Cradle certification process

    1. Determine if the product is

    appropriate for certification

    1. Download current information and data forms from our website

    6. EPEA specifies expected costs for the certification. Company confirms

    agreement.

    2. Select an Accredited

    Assessment Body

    3. Complete initial application forms

    INTERNAL CHECK

    7. Assessment of all materials used in the production process as well as an examination of

    the production process itself.

    8. If product contains ingredients assessed

    as X i.e. red further actions

    (phase out) are discussed. EPEA

    compiles a summary and suggests a

    certification level.4. Work with the assessor to compile and evaluate

    data and documentation.

    INVENTORY ASSESSMENT OPTIMIZATION

    9. The data and the

    summary are forwarded to C2C PII for auditing.

    10. C2C PII audits the certification pr