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Activating Circular Services in the Electric and Electronic Sector

Deliverables

Survey design and planning

D1.1. Survey design and planning. Responsible: LOU. M6. Linked to Task 1.1. It will include the surveys, the initial list of stakeholders (which will be continuously updated during the project in Task 8.1) and a planning of the activities aimed at collecting information (in Task 1.2).

Environmental analysis of C-SERVEES products and services: Life cycle assessment

D52 Environmental analysis of CSERVEES products and services Life cycle assessment Responsible AIMPLAS M51Linked to Task 51 It will compile the LCA studies showing the environmental impacts of the new products compared to the conventional ones

Guidelines for the ecodesign of electrical and electronic equipment

D61 Guidelines for the ecodesign of electrical and electronic equipment Responsible RINAC M42Linked to Task 61 It will define a stepbystep ecodesign procedure for EEE manufacturing companies including examples of ecodesign solutions taken from CSERVEES demonstrations and best practices reported by stakeholders and other projects

Economic analysis of C-SERVEES products and services: Life cycle costing.

D53 Economic analysis of CSERVEES products and services Life cycle costing Responsible AIMPLAS M51Linked to Task 52 It will compile the LCC studies showing the economic costs and benefits of the new products compared to the conventional ones

Final version of the PEDR (includes Dissemination & Business Plans final update and results)

D85 Final version of the PEDR includes Dissemination Business Plans final update and results Responsible SAT M54Linked to Task 83 It will report the progresses achieved by the end of the project regarding the execution of exploitation dissemination and communication activities including KPIs

Final report on demonstrations of the circular economic business models and eco-services.

D45 Final report on demonstrations of the circular economic business models and ecoservices Responsible GAIKER M51Linked to Tasks 41 42 43 and 44 It will show the main results and conclusions of the demonstrations conducted for each target product through each lifecycle phase

Mid-Term Exploitation, Communication & Dissemination plans progress (PEDR)

D8.4. Mid-Term Exploitation, Communication & Dissemination plans progress (PEDR). Responsible: SAT. M30 Linked to Task 8.3. It will report the progresses achieved by M30 towards the execution of exploitation, dissemination and communication activities, including KPIs.

Framework for setting up and running the demonstrations

D4.1. Framework for setting up and running the demonstrations. Responsible: GAIKER. M18. Linked to Task 4.0. It will define and describe the principles, methodology and procedures to ensure that the four demonstrations are successfully and collaboratively developed, as well as in a common and coherent way with each other.

Report on MVP and compliance & security

D 3.8. Report on MVP and compliance & security. Responsible: CIRCULARISE. M36. Linked to Task 3.5. It will report the results of an external audit on the privacy and data security issues related to the ICT platform/tool.

Preliminary Exploitation, Communication & Dissemination plans progress (PEDR)

D8.3. Preliminary Exploitation, Communication & Dissemination plans progress (PEDR). Responsible: SAT. M12 Linked to Task 8.3. It will report the progresses achieved by M12 towards the execution of exploitation, dissemination and communication activities, including KPIs.

Position paper with recommendations for policy makers.

D62 Position paper with recommendations for policy makers Responsible RINAC M51Linked to Task 62 It will consist in a draft regulatory package to boost circular economy in the EE sector which will be shared and discussed with policy makers

Proposals for standardization of circular economy in the E&E sector.

D63 Proposals for standardization of circular economy in the EE sector Responsible RINAC M51Linked to Task 63 It will provide a series of recommendations for new materialproduct standards which will be shared and discussed with standardization committees

Results of environmental, economic and social preliminary analyses

D5.1. Results of environmental, economic and social preliminary analyses. Responsible: AIMPLAS. M27. Linked to Tasks 5.1, 5.2 and 5.3. It will compile the results of preliminary life-cycle sustainability assessment (LCA, LCC and S-LCA), showing the environmental, economic and social impacts of the conventional products (associated with linear economy models).

Social analysis of C-SERVEES products and services: Social life cycle assessment

D54 Social analysis of CSERVEES products and services Social life cycle assessment Responsible AIMPLAS M51Linked to Task 53 It will compile the SLCA studies showing the social costs and benefits of the new products compared to the conventional ones

Guidelines for circular economic models in the E&E sector

D1.2. Guidelines for circular economic models in the E&E sector. Responsible: WEEE FORUM. M14 Linked to Task 1.3. It will comprise the analysis and conclusions of the information collected from stakeholders, including the requirements for a successful implementation of circular economic models in the E&E sector and a summary of the activities performed to present preliminary results and conclusions to stakeholders.

Risk identification

D 9.1 Risk identification - AIMPLAS - M 6 D9.1 collects the information of task 9.2 development, identifying the main risks indicators for the project development which will be monitored along the project implementation. An update will be reported with the official reports in M18, M36 and M48.

Initial Communication & Dissemination Plan (C&D Plan)

D8.2. Initial Communication & Dissemination Plan (C&D Plan). Responsible: SAT. M8. Linked to Task 8.2. It will collect the communication and dissemination strategy, including communication objectives and approach, target audience, media channels and tools, messages, activities, materials and KPIs.

List of stakeholders and projects

D8.1. List of stakeholders and projects. Responsible: WEEE FORUM. M5. Linked to Task 8.1. It will compile a list of relevant stakeholders and projects for networking activities in the framework of the project (note that update of this list will be submitted with the official reports).

Socio-cultural acceptance analysis of C-SERVEES products and services.

D55 Sociocultural acceptance analysis of CSERVEES products and services Responsible PNO M51Linked to Task 54 It will compile the main findings of the sociocultural acceptance analysis including a section related to the sex and gender analysis

Demonstration of end-of-life phase for target products

D4.4. Demonstration of end-of-life phase for target products. Responsible: LEXMARK. M50.Linked to Tasks 4.1.3, 4.2.3, 4.3.3 and 4.4.3. It will consist in the completion of the demonstration related to the end-of-life of the target products, resulting in washing machines, printers and toner cartridges, ALM products and TVs and their related eco-services tested at re-use and recycling facilities. Results of this demonstration phase will be reported in Deliverable D4.5.

Demonstration of distribution & use phase for target products

D4.3. Demonstration of distribution & use phase for target products. Responsible: ADVA. M42.Linked to Tasks 4.1.2, 4.2.2, 4.3.2 and 4.4.2. It will consist in the completion of the demonstration related to the distribution and use of the target products, resulting in washing machines, printers and toner cartridges, ALM products and TVs and their related eco-services tested at customer sites and living lab. Results of this demonstration phase will be reported in Deliverable D4.5.

Demonstration of design & production phase for target products

D4.2. Demonstration of design & production phase for target products. Responsible: ARCELIK. M24. Linked to Tasks 4.1.1, 4.2.1, 4.3.1 and 4.4.1. It will consist in the completion of the demonstration related to the design and production of the target products, resulting in 100 washing machines, 200 printers and 1,000 toner cartridges, 200 ALM products and 100 TVs eco-designed and produced. Results of this demonstration phase will be reported in Deliverable D4.5.

Publications

Implementing a Circular Economy Business Model Canvas in the Electrical and Electronic Manufacturing Sector: A Case Study Approach.

Author(s): Pollard, J, Osmani, M, Grubnic, S, Diaz, A, Grobe, K, Kaba, A, Ünlüer, O, Panchal, R
Published in: Sustainable Production and Consumption, Issue March 2023, Vol. 36, 2023, Page(s) 17-31, ISSN 2352-5509
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.spc.2022.12.009

Enhanced fire sprinkler system: Fiber optical monitoring of fire sprinkler heads

Author(s): Vladislav Reimer; Zhenyu Zhang; Sander L. Jansen; Martin Angelmahr; Wolfgang Schade
Published in: Fire Safety Journal, Issue 03797112, 2022, ISSN 0379-7112
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.firesaf.2021.103518

Developing and Applying Circularity Indicators for the Electrical and Electronic Sector: A Product Lifecycle Approach

Author(s): Jennifer Pollard; Mohamed Osmani; Christine Cole; Suzana Grubnic; James Colwill; Ana Isabel Díaz
Published in: Sustainability, Vol 14, Iss 1154, p 1154 (2022), Issue 20711050, 2022, ISSN 2071-1050
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su14031154

A circular economy business model innovation process for the electrical and electronic equipment sector

Author(s): Jennifer Pollard, Mohamed Osmani, Christine Cole, Suzana Grubnic, James Colwill
Published in: Journal of Cleaner Production, Issue 305, 2021, Page(s) 127211, ISSN 0959-6526
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2021.127211

C-SERVEES project: Activating Circular Services in the Electrical and Electronic Sector

Author(s): E. Moliner, I. Carracedo, AIMPLAS, ES
Published in: Proceedings ISWA 2019, Issue October 2019, 2019, Page(s) 221-223
Publisher: ATEGRUS

C-SERVEES WORKSHOP: IS CIRCULARITY POSSIBLE IN THE EEE SECTOR?

Author(s): Bernd Kopacek, Austrian Society for Systems Engineering and Automation, SAT, AT Enrique Moliner Santisteve, Sustainability and Industrial Recovery Dpt., AIMPLAS, ES Pascal Leroy, James Horne, WEEE Forum, BE Patrick Carminati, Lexmark International Technology, CH
Published in: Proceedings of the 17th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium (Sardinia 2019), Issue September 2019, 2019
Publisher: CISA Publisher

C-SERVEES WORKSHOP: IS CIRCULARITY POSSIBLE IN THE EEE SECTOR?

Author(s): C. Cole, Loughborough University, UK K. Grobe, ADVA Optical, DE J. Horne, P. Leroy, WEEE Forum, BE
Published in: Proceedings of Going Green - CARE INNOVATION 2018, Issue November 2018, 2018, ISBN 978-3-200-05942-9
Publisher: International CARE Electronics Office

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