beCPG manages Ecodesign for food and cosmetic products during the design of the product. According to Wikipedia, Ecodesign is defined as:
“Ecodesign is an approach that takes into account the environmental impacts in the design and product development and integrates environmental aspects throughout its life cycle (from raw materials to end of life through the production , logistics, distribution and use).”
These issues must be taken into account from the design of a product in a tool such as PLM. Here is how beCPG manages the eco-design of a food and cosmetics product.
beCPG will manage carbon footprint, water consumption, energy use, eutrophication and other criteria related to eco-design. The eco-design criteria are taken into account by the formulation of the product and it will optimize the choice of:
- Raw Material
- Manufacturing process
- Supply chain and transportation
A configurable system can guide the selection of components by displaying an icon of “environmental impact”.
The standard features of beCPG allow the analysis of the carbon footprint and management of eco-design:
- Detection of components or suppliers that have a strong environmental impact
- Product Portfolio Analysis
- Simulation and comparison of several scenarios
- Centralization and data sharing related to eco-design
- Dashboards and indicators
- Impact analysis
- Improve time-to-market
Ecodesign in screenshots
Taking in account eco-design is easy for product designers. They define components used by product and system will calculate the environmental impact assessment.
The choice of raw materials
The choice of packaging
The choice of manufacturing processes
The balance of the eco-design
Analysis of CO2 equivalent for raw materials