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Infographic: A Sustainable Future Requires Manufacturing

Take a look at the many advances in alternative energies, sustainable supply chains, carbon capture and sequestration, and more that are powered by manufacturing technology.
Oct 01, 2023

Manufacturing technology is building the world – and saving it. Take a look at the many advances in alternative energies, sustainable supply chains, carbon capture and sequestration, and more that are powered by manufacturing technology.


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Tim Shinbara
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With new advanced technologies and materials in development, product engineers will have more options to design durable parts that serve a dual purpose: lower cost over time and less waste in landfills.
Industry-wide recycling and reclamation have the potential to conserve resources and reduce production costs. Some new initiatives are underway to offer guidance.
How much do you know about where your materials come from? When choosing a more environmentally friendly material, that designation starts when raw components are pulled from the ground. Learn more about sourcing materials with sustainability in mind.
Sustainability is not a one-time goal or short-term program that can be forgotten once accomplished. Sustainability is continuous improvement exemplified.
Sustainability is not merely a trend or buzzword but a necessary shift in how we interact with our planet’s resources.
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