green product Articles

  • Green products get green light

    Untitled Document Green procedurement is not new. Congress recognized its potential when it enacted the Resource Conservation and Recovery ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Green productivity: clarifying terminology and concepts

    Employing and adjusting conventional productivity measures to represent the (mis)use of natural capital in production processes has recently generated increased interest. However, the literature relating to natural capital and productivity is highly fragmented, at times uses different definitions and misleading terms, and lacks conceptual unity. This not only leads to duplication and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Market and social welfare analysis for hybrid sustainable manufacturing industry

    As public concerns on sustainable economic development increase, a rising number of traditional original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have launched production lines on the environmentally preferable alternatives (green products). In this study, an oligopoly game theory model was formulated to analyse the competition between the green and ordinary manufacturing production sectors within the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Manufacturing strategy for future production moving toward manufacturing excellence

    The meaning and characteristics of strategy being explained, manufacturing strategy is mentioned. A few basic strategies to be taken for future production perspectives are discussed: computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM), high added-value production, resource-saving and environment-preserving (green) production. It is concluded that the concept of socially appropriate production based upon the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • An integrated modularity approach for green product development

    To develop green products and to develop products in green are becoming a pursuit of leading companies in world. Modularity is one of key technologies to realise these goals. It is found that modularity can promote the betterment of products and their performances, can decrease the investments in new products or variants? development, can greatly reduce the activities and processes in a product ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • An emerging environmental market in Mauritius: myth or reality?

    During the past decade, concern for the environment has emerged as a major socio-political issue among developed nations throughout the world and the increase in the number of environment friendly or 'green' products has been significant. This paper provides information on a study which assessed the potential of the environmental market in Mauritius. The purpose of this exploratory study was to ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Eliciting environmental preferences of Ghanaians in the laboratory: an incentive-compatible experiment

    In this paper we aim to look into the attributes of Ghanaians' willingness-to-pay for green products. This would help us to assess whether Ghanaians show a preference towards environmental goods. The methodology employed to address these issues is an 'experimentally-adapted' CV survey which involves laboratory experiment conducted among Ghanaian University students. Notwithstanding the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Non–governmental organisations (NGO) and businesses in joint product innovation: development of a theoretical framework for 'green' products

    Against the background of growing demand for 'green' products and sustainable production - and the companies often–lacking knowledge - this paper engages with the question of how partnerships consisting of businesses with Non–Governmental Organisations (NGO) can be helpful in this area. This paper will answer the question of how partnerships between these players can help business to create ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • What happens when consumers realise about green washing? A qualitative investigation

    This study attempts to shed insights on consumers' current understanding of green offerings and the effects of exposure to green washing on future consumer purchasing behaviour. The study is exploratory in nature and employs qualitative in–depth interviews. Findings from the study suggest that currently, consumers are buying green products based on green claims by organisations, in which ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Marketing feasibility of Malaysian eco–products

    Green marketing as a term refers to the systematic process of planning, developing and promoting goods and services that meet the needs of consumers for quality, output, affordable prices, accessible service, without harming the environment. According to the literature, green marketing is neither merely a green way of marketing, nor just the marketing of green products. Green has to be both, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • A game theory model for analysing market competition in sustainable manufacturing industry

    As the global awareness and concerns about the environment issues increase, many governments, regulatory organisations and business leaders have begun to call on the manufacturing and business communities to play leading roles in the process of moving the global economy towards sustainability. Fierce market competition and price sensitivity have been big obstacles in the development and growth of ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Laying the foundations for sustainability with environmental compliance

    A revival of environmenal awareness, as seen in consumers’ hunger for green products and public promotion of corporate sustainabiliry iniciatives, has reenergized spending on environmental health and safety ...


    By IHS Markit

  • Eco-labels, Trade and Protectionism

    Eco-labels are suspected to serve protectionist purposes. We analyze the choice between an environmental standard and a voluntary eco-label scheme in a partial trade model with one domestic firm and one foreign firm. The environmental standard will only apply to the domestic firm, while both firms can adopt the eco-label. Pollution is production related, and domestic consumers demand products ...


    By Springer-Verlag GmbH

  • Green marketing: issues, developments and avenues for future research

    This paper aims to extract the development of the green marketing literature focusing on green product development, consumer behaviour, communication tactics, eco-labelling and greenwash in an attempt to critically review the topic and accentuate the imperative areas for future research. The paper presents critical reviews of research in the above areas of green marketing and subsequently offers ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Green products. Green company!

    Bird-X pest control products are safe and non-toxic. They modify the environment to teach pests to stay away from problem areas. There’s no continuous application of chemicals and no killing. That saves resources compared to cleaning up pest bird and animal mess.  But how else does Bird-X strive to be a green company? The Bird-X green office environment makes an ...


    By Bird-X Inc.

  • Product innovation through ecodesign

    This paper shows how to develop eco-products using the Ecodesign approach. Three different product case studies show how to proceed in developing environmentally improved products. These case studies have been carried out in collaboration with industry and the identified product improvements have been realised in commercial products, which are now available on the market. The first case study is ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • A study of green movement perceptions and behavioural intentions

    In this study, we discuss the development of an instrument to examine subjects' awareness of and intentions to behave in accordance with what has become known as the 'green movement'. Environmental friendliness and sustainability are the major concerns of green products, green manufacturing and service, and green organisations. Recent commentary in the literature has suggested that there may be ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • EcoGreen products and uses

    There was a time when if the tiles in your household go grimy the house keeper usually get it cleaned by some ammonia or bleach or if a drainage system is slow then the sure-shot solution was some heavy-duty industrial solvents. No doubt, that these cleaning products were very effective and get the job done but they also affect the users in result of cough and stinging eyes. And they also have an ...


    By EcoGreenHotel

  • Green decisions: consumers' environmental beliefs and green purchasing behaviour in Sri Lankan context

    This study elucidates how consumers' environmental knowledge and affect influence green purchasing behaviour in Sri Lanka. A survey research was undertaken with a random sample of 238 consumers. The data analysis revealed that environmental knowledge is not a significant predictor but environmental affect is a significant and weak predictor of green purchase intention. It also discovered that the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Relationship between environmental volunteers' demographic characteristics and their green purchase behaviour: evidence from Penang (Malaysia)

    Consumers have started to realise that their purchasing behaviour can cause a huge impact to the environment as there is a worldwide concern on environmental degradation issues such as global warming and pollution. 'Green' is now in the mainstream of modern businesses. Therefore, being socially responsible by offering green (environmentally friendly) products and services should be the practise ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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