Presentation on theme: "4.1.1 Product Lifecycle (Newspaper)"— Presentation transcript:
1 4.1.1 Product Lifecycle (Newspaper) April 17th, 2012
2 Product Lifecycle Five Steps Definition: The total process of creating, using, and disposing of consumer products made from the earth's resources.2
3 Plantation to paper and paper to paper: The Publishers National Environment Bureau (PNEB) is the association of Australia's leading newspaper and magazine publishers, working since 1990 to promote the sustainable recovery of old newspapers and magazines.3
4 Raise and Extract Logging Industry: Deforestation of Pine Trees Transportation to Lumber MillNew trees are plantedVideo: LoggingUse examples: Coal, wood, etc.
5 Video: Manufacturing Lumber Material ProcessingRinsed of ImpuritiesDebarking drum for logsChipper for unusable woodThermo-mechanical RefinerPulping OperationVideo: Manufacturing LumberRaw materials ready for use to make products vary on the material being used.
6 Video: Newspaper Production ManufacturePaper Making MachineWood fibers seperatedPapermaking stock (99% water) sprayed on screenPulp fibers form a mesh as water drainsFiber mat is squeezed with rollers (60% water)Steam heated rollers dry fiber mat as fibers come closer togetherPrint ProductionTypesettingImage TransferencePlate-makingPrintingVideo: Paper PulpVideo: Newspaper ProductionAll products have different manufacturing processes
7 Use Home Delivery News Stands Read once or twice Reused Scrap Wrapping PackagingRagArts and craftMention to students examples of products that have a long useable rates and some with short useable rates.Appliances have long useable rates as opposed to a disposable razor etc.
8 Dispose Can be recycled if Transported to Landfill Biodegradable Clean conditionHasn’t been recycled beforeNot too grayTransported to LandfillBiodegradable2 to 5 monthMention to students the importance on products being made of a material to help save environment