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Peck, David (author)
The construction sector in the European Union is the biggest producer of waste when compared to other economic sectors. Waste prevention could reduce greenhouse emissions by up to 80%. Much of the material demand is from primary mined material sources and both this demand and primary supply have seen an exponential rise in the twenty-first...
book chapter 2024
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Fromberg, E.H.E. (author), Bakker, C.A. (author), Peck, David (author)
Numerous academic scholars argue for a radical transformation of the economy towards a circular model, in response to pressures from planetary and social issues such as energy, climate change, inequality, and resource depletion. This study examines how the academic community perceives the concept of a circular economy in comparison to...
journal article 2023
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Franconi, A. (author), Ceschin, Fabrizio (author), Peck, David (author)
Most frameworks for dealing with the complexity of designing for the circular economy have limitations in terms of correlating different domains of knowledge, correlating highly complex design strategies, and facilitating the process of design strategies’ discovery and development. This paper discusses how managers and designers can create...
journal article 2022
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Boorsma, Nina (author), Peck, David (author), Bakker, Tanya (author), Bakker, C.A. (author), Balkenende, R. (author)
Remanufacturing offers an approach to extend product lifetime beyond its first use. After restoring products to original quality, they are reintroduced to the market. To make products more suited for this approach, and to increase resource-efficiency, design for remanufacturing can be incorporated for new product development. Academic...
journal article 2022
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Cimprich, Alexander (author), Schrijvers, Dieuwertje (author), Ku, Anthony Y. (author), Hagelüken, Christian (author), Christmann, Patrice (author), Eggert, Roderick (author), Hirohata, Atsufumi (author), Peck, David (author), Hool, Alessandra (author)
In this article, we explore concrete examples of circularity strategies for critical raw materials (CRMs) in commercial settings. We propose a company-level framework for systematically evaluating circularity strategies (e.g., material recycling, product reuse, and product or component lifetime extension) in specific applications of CRMs from...
journal article 2022
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Boorsma, N.E. (author), Polat, E. (author), Bakker, C.A. (author), Peck, David (author), Balkenende, R. (author)
Design indicators can be used by companies to track circular design implementation, which can yield insights into their performance and opportunities for improvement. Yet, existing indicator methods either lack depth with regard to circular design, are incomplete, or do not use design semantics. This study explores product-level circularity...
journal article 2022
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Tsui, T.P.Y. (author), Derumigny, Alexis (author), Peck, David (author), van Timmeren, A. (author), Wandl, Alex (author)
In recent years, implementing a circular economy in cities has been considered by policy makers as a potential solution for achieving sustainability. Existing literature on circular cities is mainly focused on two perspectives: urban governance and urban metabolism. Both these perspectives, to some extent, miss an understanding of space. A...
journal article 2022
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Tsui, T.P.Y. (author), Peck, David (author), Geldermans, Bob (author), van Timmeren, A. (author)
In recent years, implementing a circular economy in cities (or “circular cities”) has been proposed by policy makers as a potential solution for achieving sustainability. One strategy for circular cities is to reintroduce manufacturing into urban areas (or “urban manufacturing”), allowing resource flows to be localized at the city scale. However...
review 2021
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Peck, David (author)
This report presents the findings from a review of more than one hundred Research & Innovation (R&I) projects under EU Framework programmes FP6 and FP7, dealing with a range of circularity considerations related to product design, manufacturing, use and after-use. Nine independent experts analysed these projects, brought in their own...
report 2020
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Medici, P. (author), van den Dobbelsteen, A.A.J.F. (author), Peck, David (author)
This paper analyses the user safety of a playground built out of reused blades from a dismantled wind turbine. Located in Rotterdam and designed by the Netherlands architecture firm Superuse Studios, the playground, called “Wikado”, represents an example of the circular economy applied to the built environment. With reused materials, Wikado...
journal article 2020
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Boorsma, Nina (author), Balkenende, R. (author), Bakker, C.A. (author), Tsui, T.P.Y. (author), Peck, David (author)
Adopting design approaches that allow products to last multiple use-cycles supports European Commission objectives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce primary material impacts. Remanufacturing is an example of an appropriate circular strategy and it can be applied in a variety of industries that are intensive materials users....
journal article 2020
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Schrijvers, Dieuwertje (author), Hool, Alessandra (author), Blengini, Gian Andrea (author), Chen, Wei Qiang (author), Dewulf, Jo (author), Eggert, Roderick (author), van Ellen, L.A. (author), Gauss, Roland (author), Goddin, James (author), Peck, David (author)
The assessment of the criticality of raw materials allows the identification of the likelihood of a supply disruption of a material and the vulnerability of a system (e.g. a national economy, technology, or company) to this disruption. Inconclusive outcomes of various studies suggest that criticality assessments would benefit from the...
review 2020
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Vogtländer, J.G. (author), Peck, David (author), Kurowicka, D. (author)
The availability of resources is crucial for the socio-economic stability of our society. For more than two decades, there was a debate on how to structure this issue within the context of life-Cycle assessment (LCA). The classical approach with LCA is to describe "scarcity" for future generations (100-1000 years) in terms of absolute...
journal article 2019
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Bakker, C.A. (author), den Hollander, M.C. (author), Peck, David (author), Balkenende, R. (author)
For product designers, the world has traditionally been one of resource<br/>abundance. Introducing them to a resource-constrained world thus<br/>requires new design strategies. This chapter explores how embedding<br/>circular economy principles into design practice and education could<br/>help product designers take critical material problems...
book chapter 2019
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Peck, David (author)
The tensions around limits to growth versus tech will fix it are, today, as prominent as ever in the debates around critical materials. Changes in the demand and supply of materials has regularly led to periods of material supply problems. This chapter provides an overview of the development of critical materials from the mid-20th into the early...
book chapter 2019
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Boorsma, N.E. (author), Peck, David (author), Fischer, Susanne (author), Bakker, C.A. (author), Balkenende, R. (author)
The transition towards a circular economy proposes to deliver sustainable, lower carbon opportunities to society, governments and companies. This paper focuses on finding barriers encountered during remanufacturing activities and interpreting the barriers by using a framework for dynamic capabilities. Dynamic capabilities enable companies to...
conference paper 2018
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Vogtländer, J.G. (author), Scheepens, A.E. (author), Bocken, N.M.P. (author), Peck, David (author)
Eco-efficient Value Creation is a method to analyse innovative product and service design together with circular business strategies. The method is based on combined analyses of the costs, market value (perceived customer value) and eco-costs. This provides a prevention-based single indicator for ‘external environmental costs’ in LCA. The...
journal article 2017
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Peck, David (author), Bakker, C.A. (author), Kandachar, P.V. (author), de Rijk, T. (author)
Materials are important in economies, business, innovation activity and products, and they have quickly become essential to maintain and improve our quality of life. The world faces problems concerning material supply, but these concerns are not translated into product design activity, even though history shows that product design policy can...
conference paper 2017
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Ouillon, S. (author), Dibb, S. (author), Peck, David (author)
One of the points of agreement emerging from international environmental policy debates is that people’s choices, behaviors and lifestyles will play a vital role in achieving sustainable development (Biwei, 2012; Fleischmann, 2016). There is strong evidence of the importance of a working Circular Economy (CE) to address sustainability challenges...
conference paper 2017
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Peck, David (author)
Critical Materials are strategically important to societies, businesses and economies. They are essential to maintain and improve our quality of life. The world however faces problems of critical material supply, but these concerns are not translated into product design activity, even though current policy and history suggests that product...
doctoral thesis 2016
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