ECO-DESIGN E LOGÍSTICA REVERSA: UMA INVESTIGAÇÃO SOBRE A AFINIDADE EXISTENTE ENTRE OS TERMOS

Gabriela Hammes, Eduarda Dutra de Souza, Carlos Manuel Taboada Rodriguez

Resumo


A população mundial iniciou um processo de conscientização ambiental e busca por produtos com uma abordagem mais verde. O Eco-Design é uma das principais práticas na confecção de produtos ambientalmente corretos que influencia o processo produtivo dentro da cadeia de suprimentos, incluindo a Logística Reversa – prática exigida pela legislação brasileira em determinados segmentos de mercado. Neste artigo, realiza-se uma pesquisa teórica sobre a união dos termos logística reversa e o eco-design com o objetivo de buscar afinidade existente entre os termos na literatura. O método utilizado foi a revisão de literatura por meio de uma busca em bases de dados com palavras-chave pré-determinadas. Dentre os resultados, destaca-se inexpressividade na sinergia existe entre os termos eco-design e logística reversa. Elaborou-se uma proposta de classificação dessas práticas verdes na cadeia de suprimentos verde estabelecendo um sistema de afinidade entre elas. 

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29183/2447-3073.MIX2018.v4.n2.79-86

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