Lessons in the environmentally sensitive redesign of domestic and office furniture

Jeffrey Readman, Richard Morris, Steven Smith, M. Manzanares, Marie Harder, Matthew L. Bench

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A report outlining the outcomes from five life cycle analysis studies undertaken with five furniture manufacturers on behalf of the British Furniture Manufacturers Association for the (then) Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). Prepared for: Meeting the challenge of the zero emission enterprise. Increasing the sustainability of contract and office furniture manufacture and supply. DTI Project No: TP/4/ZEE/6/I/21104
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Brighton, UK
Number of pages35
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2008

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Readman, J., Morris, R., Smith, S., Manzanares, M., Harder, M., & Bench, M. L. (2008). Lessons in the environmentally sensitive redesign of domestic and office furniture. University of Brighton, UK.
Readman, Jeffrey ; Morris, Richard ; Smith, Steven ; Manzanares, M. ; Harder, Marie ; Bench, Matthew L. / Lessons in the environmentally sensitive redesign of domestic and office furniture. University of Brighton, UK, 2008. 35 p.
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