Environmentally conscious manufacturing and product recovery (ECMPRO): A review of the state of the art

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@Article{Ilgin2010563,
  title =        "Environmentally conscious manufacturing and product
                 recovery (ECMPRO): A review of the state of the art",
  journal =      "Journal of Environmental Management",
  volume =       "91",
  number =       "3",
  pages =        "563--591",
  year =         "2010",
  ISSN =         "0301-4797",
  DOI =          "doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2009.09.037",
  URL =          "http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6WJ7-4XHC6JT-5/2/d21573d2beec024e5b27fd2fdb11b653",
  author =       "Mehmet Ali Ilgin and Surendra M. Gupta",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, Closed-loop
                 supply chains, Disassembly, Environmentally conscious
                 manufacturing, Environmentally conscious product
                 design, Product recovery, Remanufacturing, Reverse
                 logistics",
  abstract =     "Gungor and Gupta [1999, Issues in environmentally
                 conscious manufacturing and product recovery: a survey.
                 Computers and Industrial Engineering, 36(4), 811-853]
                 presented an important review of the development of
                 research in Environmentally Conscious Manufacturing and
                 Product Recovery (ECMPRO) and provided a state of the
                 art survey of published work. However, that survey
                 covered most papers published through 1998. Since then,
                 a lot of activity has taken place in EMCPRO and several
                 areas have become richer. Many new areas also have
                 emerged. In this paper we primarily discuss the
                 evolution of ECMPRO that has taken place in the last
                 decade and discuss the new areas that have come into
                 focus during this time. After presenting some
                 background information, the paper systematically
                 investigates the literature by classifying over 540
                 published references into four major categories, viz.,
                 environmentally conscious product design, reverse and
                 closed-loop supply chains, remanufacturing, and
                 disassembly. Finally, we conclude by summarising the
                 evolution of ECMPRO over the past decade together with
                 the avenues for future research.",
  notes =        "survey",
}

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