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Register for IOM3 workshop: Eco-design & Product Sustainability in the Transport Sector

Eco-Design & Product Sustainability in the Transport Sector - Managing emerging environment and sustainability risks

17 May 2016
IOM3, 297 Euston Road, London NW1, UK

Register at (KTN discount rate available)


Eco-Design and product sustainability is becoming increasingly more important to the transport sector. The expectations of the various stakeholders are adapting and growing at a rate that exceeds the intended life cycle of the products that service these markets and the various businesses within the transport sector need to be continuously innovating in order to keep up.

This workshop draws together the expertise from the various within within the transport sector to come together and:

  • Share their experiences
  • Sanity check their own practices and understanding against different but related industries
  • Gain a wider appreciation of the different perspectives on Eco-Design and promote innovation
  • Define the role of standards and regulation within the sector 

Keynote Presentations

Accelerating Towards a Circular Economy
Dale Walker, Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Approach to Eco-Design Within the ADS Industries: Development of Industry Product-Based Environmental Indicators
Abdul Miah, ADS

A Value Chain Approach to Eco Design

Ian Ellison, Jaguar Land Rover

Renewable Ships
Diane Gilpin, Smart Green Shipping Alliance

How Transport for London Consider Sustainability in Terms of Directing Strategy
Helen Woolston, TfL


Data Challenge: How Do We Access Good Quality Data Across the Whole Supply Chain?
James Goddin, Granta Design

Uncertainty in Assessing New Technology: How Do We Evaluate New Technology that Supersedes Existing Processes in Terms of Environment and Sustainability
Jaqi Lee, University of Surrey

Design for End of Life (EoL)Aspects: How do we Develop Guidance that will Help Integrate EoL Considerations into Design?
Isabelle Delay-Saunders, Airbus

Who Should Attend

The seminar is aimed at the transport sector. The focus of discussions will be in learning how other businesses within the transport sector evaluate product sustainability and eco design and integrate it into the decision processes - such as:

  • Product design
  • Strategic direction
  • Manufacturing process development
  • Facility operation

The workshop would be of interest to anyone involved in the decision making processes of their business, particularly if they want to know more about how to appropriately integrate sustainability and eco-design considerations into business processes.




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