Historically when people think of manufacturing they do not think of green manufacturing because the thought of manufacturing is large companies, putting numerous emissions into the air to manufacture their products; this thought is changing and changing fast. By listening to this audiobook, you as the consumer will realize that you have the power to make companies more eco-friendly through your individual stance; for manufacturers are now realizing that people respect eco-friendly companies, preferring to spend their money on them rather than a company without any green policies. Companies will learn the value of being greener and the benefits this brings to a more sustainable future.
If you could sum up Green Manufacturing in three words, what would they be?
Recycling makes your company prosper ;) . Undergraduate, non technical approach. About 'green' concepts, but not sustainability.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
There is one chapter, I would recommend to everyone. Step by step guide to start rethinking your business against its future and opportunities that green thinking may give you.Other chapters are slightly biased by non technical interpretation of recycling advantages (like if you could recycle materials forever (including plastics)). Though, still worth listening.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
It is short and very pleasant to listen.
Any additional comments?
Not for 'advanced' sustainability area researchers. Great for those that want to see their business future in brighter colours.