Modeling eco-industrial networks—A representative literature review and design requirements
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The development of industrial clusters has, until recently, been guided solely by economic considerations. Recent advances in measuring and assessing the environmental and social consequences of industrial production have revealed the impact of human activity on the environment and society. Eco-Industrial Networks (EINs) are being viewed as a possible solution for reducing the environmental consequences of industrial production. In this paper, we review existing approaches used for analyzing and designing EINs. Based on salient works, design requirements for models to facilitate the organization of EINs are presented and discussed.
Sustainable Production, Life Cycle Engineering and Management
Sodhi, Manbir, Fabian Schulze, Callum Bissett, and Mercedes Rivero-Hudec. "Modeling eco-industrial networks—A representative literature review and design requirements." Sustainable Production, Life Cycle Engineering and Management , (2020): 139-147. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-44248-4_14.