Chemical enterprise model and decision-making framework for sustainable chemical product design

@article{Heintz2014ChemicalEM,
  title={Chemical enterprise model and decision-making framework for sustainable chemical product design},
  author={Juliette Heintz and Jean Pierre Belaud and Vincent Gerbaud},
  journal={Computers in Industry},
  year={2014},
  volume={65},
  pages={505-520}
}
The chemical product substitution process is undertaken by chemical industries for complying with regulations, like REACH in Europe. Initially devoted to chemists, chemicals substitution is nowadays a complex process involving corporate, business and engineering stakeholders across the chemical enterprise for orienting the search toward a sustainable solution. We formalize a decision making process framework dedicated to the sustainable chemical product design activity in an industrial context… CONTINUE READING
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