Improving the management of industrial waste through the lean philosophy and industry 4.0

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https://doi.org/10.32358/rpd.2022.v8.586

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lean philosophy, waste management, industry 4.0, sustainability

Abstract

Purpose: Given the growing importance of sustainability, an efficient model is proposed that allows the identification and quantification of industrial waste. Methodology/Approach: First, a bibliographic review of the existing models of joint application was carried out: Sustainability, Lean Philosophy, and Industry 4.0. Critical analysis of the existing models of joint application of these concepts. Preparation of the model proposal and analysis of the results. Findings: The proposed model, in addition to contributing to compliance with current laws, allows a better perception of the waste produced, including its characterization. This promotes the directing of waste to responsible and competent entities for its collection and recycling, showing a change in the company in environmental management policies. Research Limitation/implication: The inherent cost of reorganizing the layout design can be limiting, as it depends on the type, size, business characteristics, and flexibility of your existing production system. Originality/Value of paper: It is a new model of joint application of the three concepts and fills the void of the existing models. This allows organizations to have a better understanding of the waste produced.

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Elena Etelvina Díaz Terradillos, Universidade da Beira Interior

Master's degree in Production Engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal (IPS) at the School of Technology of Setúbal. She is currently a student of the Doctoral Program in Industrial Engineering and Management at the University of Beira Interior (UBI).

Helena Victorovna Guitiss Navas, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa

Helena Navas has received a PhD from the NOVA School of Science and Technology – Universidade NOVA de Lisboa – Portugal. She is currently Assistant Professor at the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering of the NOVA School of Science and Technology - Portugal and researcher at UNIDEMI. Her research interests are in the areas of innovation, continuous improvement, quality, and process management.

Fernando Manuel Bigares Charrua-Santos, Universidade da Beira Interior

Fernando Charrua-Santos is currently Assistant Professor at the Department of Electromechanical Engineering of the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Beira Interior - Portugal and researcher at C-MAST - Center for Mechanical and Aerospace Science and Technologies.

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Published

2022-04-26

How to Cite

Terradillos, E. E. D., Navas, H. V. G., & Charrua-Santos, F. M. B. (2022). Improving the management of industrial waste through the lean philosophy and industry 4.0 . Revista Produção E Desenvolvimento, 8(1), e586. https://doi.org/10.32358/rpd.2022.v8.586

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Markets, Management and Engineering

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