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Resource-efficient Circular Product-Service Systems

Deliverables

Circular supply/value chains training and evaluation report

This deliverable is related to task 44 Part A Report on educational activities This report will summarize all educational activities covering key stakeholders of the circular valuesupply chains inside the two pilot demonstrations Using different training formats adapted to different stakeholder groups the report will list key personal staff and customers as well as the amount and type of educational activities providedPart B Evaluation report on the proposed circular supply chain Gathering data from the two demonstrators and creating evaluation metrics such as quality quantity and timing of product returns as well as associated cost values the report will evaluate the performance of both circular supply chain systems and compare them to their businessasusual settings

Demonstrator synergies report

This deliverable is related to task 85 This deliverable will list the crosslearnings between the demonstrators It will therefore list the learnings from the circular methodologies and tools used by the white good demonstrator and the automotive part demonstrator and their synergies and crossfertilization opportunities

Dissemination report

This deliverable is related to task 82 This deliverable will describe how well the consortium followed the dissemination plan In case dissemination plans are not followed as described in the deliverable Dissemination plan a rational explanation will be added why the initial plan was not followed or why the alternative dissemination was chosen The report will also highlight for instance in terms of number of exploited dissemination channels or reached audiences the intensityimpact of the dissemination efforts Before the final report is submitted in month 48 two internal dissemination reports will be released for the consortium partners in month 16 and 32 This report will ensure that the dissemination plan is followed up andor adjusted as needed

Standardization and interoperability report

This deliverable is related to task 94 Report reflecting the consistency of developments and adoptions of the project towards existing remanufacturing standards and related teminologies Furthermore it sets out a plan for further developments beyond the project duration The report will also include the contribution made by the ReCiPSS project in the development of the Circular Economy standard through the involvement in the ISO Technical Committee ISOTC 323

Data management platform deployment report

This deliverable is related to task 71 Report on the implementation of the software platform developed in WP5 in a production environment

Documentation (auto parts demonstrator)

This deliverable is related to task 54 Report on the various IT systems used by the stakeholders in order to provide transparent access to the master data set

Circular business models evaluation reports

This deliverable is related to task 24 Report on evaluation of creation delivery and capture of circular value at different stages of the demonstrator development taking into account all previous developments assumptions plans analysis results and necessary organizational changes Report will also contain the developped guidelines for systematic risk assessment in the implementation process of circular product systems

Demonstrator baseline and market characteristics report

This deliverable is related to tasks 21 and 22 The report will include1 A systematic literature review of circular business models and potential innovative tools in relation to circular economy 2 innovative business models that can support the transition to circular systems in the white goods demonstrator or improve further an existing circular system in the automotive parts demonstrator

Report on non-technical barrier and legal issues

This deliverable is related to task 61 This report will include an evaluation of all nontechnical barriers and legal issues for service based business models in the target EU countries including market access conditions legal frameworks for payperuse models liability issues related to multiple life cycles This will be a report based on the review of the stateoftheart scientific publications reports and legal documents This report will be a support to the OEMs to plan their demonstrators in a way that the ptential impacts of the identified barriers have been addressed and minimized

IPR registry

This deliverable is related to task 93 Registry of all project results in an IPR directory This report will include the identification and definition of IPRs

Circular design methodologies development status report

This deliverable is related to task 34 Developing and applying multiplescenario casespecific circular design methodologies The deliverable will report on the development of design methods that are able to deal with multiple scenarios with a concurrent focus on reuse remanufacturing and recycling and a long timehorizon

Baseline and target design report

This deliverable relates to task 31 Defining the current baseline and the target circular design methodologies This task will analyse and evaluate current design practices in place with the 2 OEMs in order to evaluate the impact of design strategies for reuse design for prolonged life design for remanufacturing and design for recycling The deliverable is a report on analyses and evaluation of current design practices in place with the 2 OEMs

Impact analysis report

This deliverable is related to task 92 Report on development of a full business case for each demonstrator

Ecosystem report

This deliverable is related to task 83 This report will include dissemination activities that will be carried out specifically for the industrial audience This report will include details of the activities such as purposes targeted industrial sectors and audience of each dissemination activity The report will also include an analysis of how the dissemination activities may have promoted the outcomes of the project in the relevant industrial sectors Furthermore the report will highlight how the ecosystem is useful and can be maintained beyond the project

Documentation (white goods demonstrator)

This deliverable is related to task 53 Report on the integration of the IoT module in a washing machine enabling the gathering of sensor information and communication with the cloud

Circular supply/value chains implementation report

This deliverable is related to task 43 Report on criteria for determining the physical infrastructure required for the circular valuesupply chain of both demonstrators and how those were used to design the infrastructures

Circular supply/value chains development report

This deliverable is related to tasks 41 and 42Part A Report on best supply chain practices This report will present a detailed analysis of the best practices from industry in closed loop supply chain design as well as relevant concepts methodologies and standards It will provide the consortium with an overview of the stateoftheart in current supply chain methods that can contribute to the circular supply chain implementation identifying key methodological gaps and critical success factors for the implementation work This report together with the baseline reports from WP2 and WP3 will serve as basis for the design and optimization of demonstratorspecific circular valuesupply chains Part B This part of the report will focus on operational supply chain processes and elaborate the best feasible forward and reverse supply chain networks for the white good and the automotive parts demonstrator Where applicable simulation techniques will be used to support decision making Using casespecific scenarios the report will consider supply chain performance criteria such as materials management forecasting lot sizing inventory levels and transportation routes The impact of business model and product design configurations on circular supply chain performance will be analyzed which may include among others Endoflife design strategies reuse remanufacturing recycling on component module andor product level Length of product use phases Customer servicelevel agreements Product collection costThis deliverable will serve as input to infrastructure requirements of circular supply chains in D43 as well as for evaluation efforts in D44

Dissemination plan

This deliverable is related to task 82 This deliverable will list the upcoming dissemination activities and results through a variety of channels It will include a detail plan of what to disseminate and to whom which channels and methods to be used and finally at what time It will also include a method of updating the dissemination plan as in 4 years the audiences may change and new dissemination channels may emerge

Exploitation plan update

This deliverable is related to tasks 91 and 92 Report on updated exploitation strategy The report will provide a final overview of the ReCiPSS exploitation and business plan Final common exploitation strategy and clear individual exploitation plan and exploitation trends within the consortium will be provided The report will include a communication and sustainability strategy to set up the basis for the future viability of ReCiPSS

Analysis of the framework conditions for innovation

This deliverable is related to task 95 Report on two innovation deals targeting white goods and automotive industry Starting with an expression of interest EoI this report will address legislative obstacles to innovations that could bring wider societal benefits For the automotive industry the report will focus on EndofLife directives to consider remanufacturing of parts during the use phase Promotion of approaches that require workshops to propose remanufactured parts to customers Suggestion of programs that require government owned vehicles fleets to use remanufactured parts Removal of taxes that penalize remanufactured part exchangesFor the white goods industry the report will focus on EC regulations to require OEMs to maintain an inventory of spare parts for longer periods of time to encourage repairs of endoflife products as well as buildtolast design by OEMs Creation of tax incentives for consumerssuppliers shifting to circular economy consumptionproduction models

Open data management plan

This deliverable is related to task 84 Plan for setting up open access repository for data and publications in the project

IoT platform supporting smart washing machines

This deliverable is related to task 51 Developed software integrations between smart washing machines IoT platform and business to support operation of smart washing machines Developed software components to enhance and enrich selected information and distribute this information to the needed business departments to support processes connected with operations of smart washing machines

Automotive part data exchange platform

This deliverable is related to task 52 Report on implementing a part data management platform

Policy brief

This deliverable is related to task 95 Influencing European policymaking agendas Report will address legislative obstacles shortening the time between moment of inspiration and market uptake The consortium will throughout the project prepare and further elaborate Expression of Interest EOI for two Innovation Deals

Project website

This deliverable is related to task 81 Development of the project website and intranet Website available online and fully operational

Open data repository report

This deliverable is related to task 84 Report on the setup and structure of the open access repository the integration with ResearchGate Mendeley andor MyScienceWork

Publications

Incorporating design for remanufacturing in the early design stage: a design management perspective

Author(s): Nina Boorsma, Ruud Balkenende, Conny Bakker, Tanya Tsui, David Peck
Published in: Journal of Remanufacturing, Issue 11/1, 2021, Page(s) 25-48, ISSN 2210-464X
Publisher: Springer Nature
DOI: 10.1007/s13243-020-00090-y

The strategic value of design for remanufacturing: a case study of professional imaging equipment

Author(s): Nina Boorsma; David Peck; Tanya Bakker; Conny Bakker; Ruud Balkenende;
Published in: Journal of Remanufacturing, 2022, ISSN 2210-4690
Publisher: SpringerOpen
DOI: 10.1007/s13243-021-00107-0

A methodological approach to design products for multiple lifecycles in the context of circular manufacturing systems

Author(s): Farazee M.A. Asif, Malvina Roci, Michael Lieder, Amir Rashid, Aleš Mihelič, Simon Kotnik
Published in: Journal of Cleaner Production, Issue 296, 2021, Page(s) 126534, ISSN 0959-6526
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2021.126534

Towards circular economy: A guiding framework for circular supply chain implementation

Author(s): Saman Amir; Niloufar Salehi; Malvina Roci; Susanne Sweet; Amir Rashid
Published in: Business Strategy and the Environment, 2022, ISSN 0964-4733
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
DOI: 10.1002/bse.3264

Barriers to access-based consumption in the circular transition: A systematic review

Author(s): Johan Arekrans; Liridona Sopjani; Rafael Laurenti; Sofia Ritzén
Published in: Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 2022, ISSN 1879-0658
Publisher: Elsevier
DOI: 10.1016/j.resconrec.2022.106364

Towards circular manufacturing systems implementation: A complex adaptive systems perspective using modelling and simulation as a quantitative analysis tool

Author(s): Malvina Roci, Niloufar Salehi, Saman Amir, Sayyed Shoaib-ul-Hasan, Farazee M.A. Asif, Aleš Mihelič, Amir Rashid
Published in: Sustainable Production and Consumption, 2022, ISSN 2352-5509
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.spc.2022.01.033

Development of the Circular Product Readiness Method in Circular Design

Author(s): Nina Boorsma; Esra Polat; Conny Bakker; David Peck; Ruud Balkenende
Published in: Sustainability, 2022, ISSN 2071-1050
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su14159288

Multi-method simulation modelling of circular manufacturing systems for enhanced decision-making

Author(s): Malvina Roci, Niloufar Salehi, Saman Amir, Farazee.M.A. Asif, Sayyed Shoaib-ul-Hasan, Amir Rashid
Published in: MethodsX, 2022, ISSN 2215-0161
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.mex.2022.101709

HOW CAN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT THE LINK BETWEEN CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT? – A REVIEW

Author(s): C. Villamil Velasquez, N. Salehi, S. I. Hallstedt
Published in: Proceedings of the Design Society: DESIGN Conference, Issue 1, 2020, Page(s) 2187-2196, ISSN 2633-7762
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
DOI: 10.1017/dsd.2020.299

The Impact of Co-Creation on the Design of Circular Product-Service Systems: Learnings from a Case Study with Washing Machines

Author(s): Sonja van Dam, Froukje Sleeswijk Visser, Conny Bakker
Published in: The Design Journal, Issue 24/1, 2021, Page(s) 25-45, ISSN 1460-6925
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
DOI: 10.1080/14606925.2020.1851427

Analyzing Temporal Variability in Inventory Data for Life Cycle Assessment: Implications in the Context of Circular Economy

Author(s): Sayyed Shoaib-ul-Hasan, Malvina Roci, Farazee M. A. Asif, Niloufar Salehi, Amir Rashid
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 13/1, 2021, Page(s) 344, ISSN 2071-1050
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su13010344

The role of radical innovation in circular strategy deployment

Author(s): Johan Arekrans; Sofia Ritzén; Rafael Laurenti;
Published in: Business Strategy and The Environment, 2022, ISSN 0964-4733
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
DOI: 10.1002/bse.3108

Towards Circular Economy: Enhanced Decision-Making in Circular Manufacturing Systems

Author(s): Saman Amir; Farazee M. A. Asif; Malvina Roci
Published in: Sustainable Consumption and Production, Volume II, 2021, ISBN 978-3-030-55284-8
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-55285-5_12

Circular manufacturing systems

Author(s): Amir Rashid, Malvina Roci, Farazee M.A. Asif
Published in: Handbook of the Circular Economy, 2020, Page(s) 343-357, ISBN 9781788972727
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
DOI: 10.4337/9781788972727.00036

Consumer Knowledge and Young Consumer Purchase Behaviour towards Remanufactured products

Author(s): Jana Švecová
Published in: Proceedings from the 14th International Forum on Knowledge Assets Dynamics: Knowledge Ecosystems and Growth, 2019, ISBN 978-88-96687-12-3
Publisher: IKAM, University of Basilicata

How Knowledge Management is Approached in Circular Economy Academic Research?

Author(s): Alena Klapalová
Published in: Proceedings from the 14th International Forum on Knowledge Assets Dynamics: Knowledge Ecosystems and Growth, 2019, Page(s) 653-663, ISBN 978-88-96687-12-3
Publisher: Università degli Studi della Basilicata

Knowledge sharing among supply chain members: the benefits for circularity

Author(s): Radoslav ŠKAPA
Published in: Proceedings from the 14th International Forum on Knowledge Assets Dynamics: Knowledge Ecosystems and Growth, 2019, Page(s) 646-652, ISBN 978-88-96687-12-3
Publisher: IKAM, University of Basilicata

Limits and Merits of Transition to Circular Economy in (post-) Transitive Economies of CEE.

Author(s): VACEKOVÁ, Gabriela
Published in: Proceedings from the 14th International Forum on Knowledge Assets Dynamics: Knowledge Ecosystems and Growth, 2019, ISBN 978-88-96687-12-3
Publisher: Università degli Studi della Basilicata

Networks and the Transition to Circular Business Models

Author(s): Cristina Sousa
Published in: Proceedings from the 14th International Forum on Knowledge Assets Dynamics: Knowledge Ecosystems and Growth, 2019, ISBN 978-88-96687-12-3
Publisher: IKAM, University of Basilicata

Co-creating circular product-service systems for long-lasting washing machines.

Author(s): van Dam, Sonja; Bakker, Conny; Hazenoot, Thomas; Mihelič, Alešb
Published in: Plate Product Lifetimes And The Environment 2019 : Conference Proceedings, 2019
Publisher: PLATE 2019

CAPABILITIES REQUIRED TO TACKLE BARRIERS TO REMANUFACTURING

Author(s): Nina Boorsma, David Peck, Susanne Fischer, Conny Bakker, Ruud Balkenende
Published in: Concerence Going Green – CARE INNOVATION 2018, 2018
Publisher: Concerence Going Green – CARE INNOVATION 2018

REMANUFACTURING WORKSHOPS WITH PROFESSIONALS TO OVERCOME BARRIERS – OUTCOMES OF TWO EU PROJECTS.

Author(s): Nina Boorsma; David Peck; Susanne Fischer; Conny Bakker; Ruud Balkenende
Published in: Conference Going Green – CARE INNOVATION 2018, 2018
Publisher: Conference Going Green – CARE INNOVATION 2018

CIRCULAR BUILDING PRODUCTS, A CASE STUDY OF SOFT BARRIERS IN DESIGN FOR REMANUFACTURING

Author(s): Nina Boorsma, Tanya Tsui, David Peck
Published in: International conference of Remanufacturing 2019, 2019
Publisher: International conference of Remanufacturing 2019

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