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Life cycle for steel industry

Discussion in 'ISO 14001:2015 - Environmental Management Systems' started by Avinashevs, Oct 14, 2017.

  1. Avinashevs

    Avinashevs Member

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    Dear all ,
    Please help me as we are produce steel, lime, sinter, pellet, sponge iron, liquid mere and oxygen and coke.
    What will be your opinion about life cycle of these products.
     
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    Qualmx Well-Known Member

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    Please explain the purpose of your question
    Is it ISO related?
     
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    Yes life cycle of product.
     
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    tony s Well-Known Member

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    "Life cycle perspective" suggests that environmental aspects and their impacts during the realization stages from design, acquisition of materials, production, transportation, use to final disposal of products should be controlled. For example:
    When designing a product - consider designs that may not need so many parts to assemble since each part will have to be produced using more processes that can impact the environment; or design for products that are more environment friendly;
    In acquiring the materials - controls should be applied for those hazardous substances (e.g. labeling, containment, storage);
    During production - use approaches that are less harmful to environment (e.g. dip painting instead of spray painting, water-based coolant than chemical-based coolants, use of smoke emission controls, use of waste treatment facility);
    In transporting the products - may consider spill prevention and containment controls, trucks to be used are road worthy without oil leaks or have passed emission tests;
    While using the product - guidelines on safe and proper use of the product should be developed, where the product should be stored, PPE to wear;
    For disposal of products - guidelines on proper disposal, recycling programs, trade-in for new products, returnable empty containers.
     

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