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ECO-DESIGN

source: www.biothinking.com/materials.htm

www.s-tiles.net

www.edf.edu.au/Sustainments/
What_are/WhatAreNearlyMain.htm



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  • Ecodesign means designing functional objects and appliances using natural material.


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    False

  • Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is the evaluation of the marketable value of a design product.


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    False

  • The modern buildings we live and work in, rival well-known polluters such as cars and factories as sources of harm to the environment, adding greatly to deforestation, global warming, overuse of water and energy, carbon dioxide emissions…


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    False

  • Recycling is the main objective of ecodesign.


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    False

  • The Ecolabel is a European certification that concerns just food products.


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    False

  • A sustainable designer or architect has first to make sure his/her designs avoid harmful materials.


  • True
    False True! The very worst 'black list' compounds includes: CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons), asbestos, halons, PCBs, carbon tetrachloride, lead chromate, cadmium, and mercury.

  • The term 'architectural barrier' is a technical definition that means ‘entrance proscription’ in a building.


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    False


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