Presentation on theme: "4.1.1 Product Lifecycle (Newspaper)"— Presentation transcript:
14.1.1 Product Lifecycle (Newspaper) April 17th, 2012
2Product Lifecycle Five Steps Definition: The total process of creating, using, and disposing of consumer products made from the earth's resources.2
3Plantation 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
4Raise and Extract Logging Industry: Deforestation of Pine Trees Transportation to Lumber MillNew trees are plantedVideo: LoggingUse examples: Coal, wood, etc.
5Video: 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.
6Video: 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
7Use 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.
8Dispose 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