Clarifying the concept of product-service system

  title={Clarifying the concept of product-service system},
  author={O. K. Mont},
  • O. K. Mont
  • Published 2003
A new trend of product-service systems (PSS) that has the potential to minimise environmental impacts of both production and consumption is emerging. This article attempts to build a theoretical framework for PSS and serves as a background for identifying possible investment needs in studying them. There are three main uncertainties regarding the applicability and feasibility of PSS: the readiness of companies to adopt them, the readiness of consumers to accept them, and their environmental… CONTINUE READING
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