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How Green Is Your Technology Landscape?
Introducing “Green” to ProjectsThere is a growing trend in IT organizations to reduce the environmental footprints that are typically generated from large

hazardous waste recycling  in the use of hazardous materials Computers, by their very nature, contain a mix of electronic components, various metals (such as copper, bronze, lead, mercury, cadmium aluminum), and plastics (for keyboards, monitors, and towers) containing flame retardant resins. Their internal wiring and printed circuit boards may contain polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). The glass of monitors may contain trace amounts of lead. All these elements are known to be potential carcinogens and as such, require specific Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Has SAP Become a PLM Factor to Be Reckoned With?
You have probably heard of SAP’s recent blockbuster acquisitions, but did you know about the vendor’s fervent in-house innovation and newly developed products

hazardous waste recycling  number and cost of hazardous materials violations As pointed out in a blog post on the TEC Blog , owing to the tight integration of SAP PLM application (including SAP Sustainability and SAP EHS) with the SAP GRC suite, SAP is certainly ahead of the curve in compliance. New product development for SAP PLM involves capabilities in recycling administration (to support compliance with package recycling regulations) and compliance with global safety and labeling regulations. The latter will provide improved Read More...
The High Costs of Non-compliance for Manufacturers
What manufacturers must realize is that through efforts to comply with regulatory standards, they can make their manufacturing operations more competitive

hazardous waste recycling  around the Reduction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive, which went into effect on July 1, 2006 throughout the EU and the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) initiative. Since then, there has been a groundswell of support for this standard, first driven by the need for compliance to these regulatory requirements, and secondly for the competitive advantages greater internal process coordination provides. RoHS and WEEE have become the forefront issues in manufacturing globally due to Read More...
Selecting Manufacturing ERP for ISO 26000 Compliance
ISO 26000 spells out best practices for corporate social responsibility (CSR). Are your enterprise systems, including ERP, capable of documenting CSR best

hazardous waste recycling  (WEEE) and Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) regulations. A capital equipment manufacturer could focus on the life cycle environmental impact of their long-lived product, along with decommissioning costs. A company with an extensive and far-flung supply chain could focus on decision support for selecting vendors based on proximity. Environmental footprint management built into ERP also streamlines reporting, and provides for a more direct and credible source of information given that data Read More...
Managing Business Risk in Industrial Equipment and Supply
Industrial equipment manufacturers and maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) distributors can’t afford to miss bidding deadlines, delivery dates, product

hazardous waste recycling  an operational mishap, releasing hazardous waste at an existing or formerly owned site, or acquiring a business that is out of compliance. New environmental regulations legislated by the European Union (EU) now impact industrial producers and distributors who sell products with electronic components. Those most affected are industrial suppliers and sub-assembly manufacturers. The directives include the 2005 Waste Electrical & Electronics Equipment (WEEE) law, which puts responsibility for equipment Read More...
Advanced Front Office Lean with Business Modeler Software
When part of an enterprise software environment, business modeler software can reduce training costs, prevent errors, and minimize non-value added work. And if

hazardous waste recycling  Front Office Lean with Business Modeler Software Originally published - June 25, 2007 Lean disciplines may have originated on the shop floor; but, they can also be applied in the front office and this is where the next frontier of productivity gains will take place. Growth in outsourcing and the shortening of product life cycles mean that more and more value is added to a product in the front office. Engineer-to-order and project-centric businesses, in particular, are vulnerable to efficiency Read More...
Utilities
Water, electricity, waste management@all sectors of the utilities industry have been experiencing major changes in recent years. Challenges for the utilities

hazardous waste recycling  Water, electricity, waste management—all sectors of the utilities industry have been experiencing major changes in recent years. Challenges for the utilities industry arise from many sources, including the need to comply with new regulations, meet consumption demands because of global population growth, and others. To help overcome these challenges, companies in the utilities industry must update their software tools and acquire the ones that best suit their needs. Read More...
Global Trade and the Role of Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance Software
The growing number of legal and regulatory requirements associated with global trading is one of many reasons enterprises are looking into global trade

hazardous waste recycling  needed. The programming of hazardous material compliance is not trivial when one considers that it involves list processing and matching, percent of total analysis, scheduling, and formatting. Possibly an extreme example of companies turning regulation and GRC into opportunities (growth and hefty profits) would be the recently publicized corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs, with companies like Starbucks , Salesforce.com , Google , or Polo Ralph Lauren posting tremendous growth and profits Read More...
5 Quick Ways to Help Your Company Go Green While Cutting Costs
With all the recent talk of the economy and the environment, I thought it would be relevant to look at some of the small things we, as individuals, can do to

hazardous waste recycling  Quick Ways to Help Your Company Go Green While Cutting Costs With all the recent talk of the economy and the environment, I thought it would be relevant to look at some of the small things we, as individuals, can do to help our companies battle the economic downturn while saving our planet. Today, social responsibility is not only good PR, it makes good business sense. Here are some simple steps you can take to help your company go green while still keeping extra “green” in its pockets: 1. Unplug Read More...
Innovative, Sustainable, and Responsive: Food and Beverage Manufacturers Evolve for the New Economy
To satisfy customer requirements profitably, food and beverage (F&B) manufacturers must work at the pace of change, which has accelerated in regulations

hazardous waste recycling  Sustainable, and Responsive: Food and Beverage Manufacturers Evolve for the New Economy To satisfy customer requirements profitably, food and beverage (F&B) manufacturers must work at the pace of change, which has accelerated in regulations, consumer buying patterns, and the needs of retail, restaurant, and industrial foodservice customers. Know the three major challenges facing F&B manufacturers today and what they need to do to streamline their operations for greater efficiencies and waste Read More...
Let Innovation, Not Technology, Drive Your Product Business
Compliance with regional and international standards, such as the Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) or Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS

hazardous waste recycling  (WEEE) or Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directives, has made it more complicated for companies to deliver innovative products to customers. Learn how focusing on product innovation, data integration, and process optimization can help your company satisfy customer needs while meeting compliance standards. Read More...
Overcoming Chemicals Industry Challenges through Optimization of Distribution and Inventory
For chemical companies, optimizing the distribution network and rationalizing inventories are the keys to an efficient supply chain and smoother operations

hazardous waste recycling  manufacture and use of hazardous chemicals requires strict adherence, especially in North America and the European Union (EU). The chemical industry (and companies that rely on chemicals within their plants) must address a myriad of new regulations, including the Restrictions of Hazardous Substances Directive (ROHS), and other regulations that require compositional analysis, the development of material safety data sheets (MSDS), environmental analysis, and hazards identification. The chemical industry Read More...
A Focused Web-based Solution for Chemicals, Drugs, and Mill-based Industries
SSI shows deep understanding of the requirements for chemical, drug, and mill-based industries. Consequently, it has developed such must-have capabilities as

hazardous waste recycling  packing activity. Selection of hazardous finished goods automatically checks whether an MSDS needs to accompany the goods, and based on the method of transport, advises which transport documents are required to accompany the goods (in the form of Tremcards), and defines the languages required based upon the transport route defined. Tremcard is a universally recognized European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) system for dangerous goods vehicles that must have emergency information in writing. The Read More...
What Your Refrigerator Can Teach You about Lean Inventory
A lean supply chain consists of two major components—lean manufacturing and lean distribution—which focus on satisfying customer demand efficiently, at the

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APICS 2009 Webcast Session 3: Lean for Materials Managers
In the forthcoming 2009 APICS International Conference and Expo, many educational tracks will be covered by industry leaders, and lean is one of them. Since we

hazardous waste recycling  2009 Webcast Session 3: Lean for Materials Managers In the forthcoming 2009 APICS International Conference and Expo, many educational tracks will be covered by industry leaders, and lean is one of them. Since we are in a global economic crisis where every manufacturer, supplier, and producer is trying to reduce cost and minimize waste while increasing production or throughput, I am particularly interested in the “lean” educational track to hear what the experts are saying. Recently, I had the Read More...

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