An educational simulator to understand, assess and improve
of your new products.
Developed specially by Ecosystem for its producer members,
REEECYC’LAB establishes a diagnosis specific to your products, and provides the keys
to adopting an eco-design strategy for recycling and
by presenting the issues and areas for improvement to your teams
An evaluation method based on
of the processes involved in the recycling
of devices at end-of-life
Ecosystem offers you its expertise and knowledge regarding
the recycling of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipments,
gained in its capacity as a waste management scheme approved by public authorities. This knowledge is based on
a rigorous reporting and monitoring process
regarding existing recycling technologies and pathways.
Learning the method
Educational content and a structured method to understand the factors reducing and improving the recyclability of your products
Assess and prioritise
A simulation specific to your products to target personalised areas for improvement and identify models to design in an environmentally-friendly way
Find and modify your evaluations, manage your parts models and share your results with your co-workers
REEECYC'LAB in brief
An interface guiding the evaluation
Allow yourself to be guided to fill in your product's key characteristics for its end-of-life recycling.
Your own stock of parts’ templates
Save time during your evaluations by managing your own library of parts and by reusing parts from product to product.
UNDERSTAND HOW REEECYC'LAB WORKS ON VIDEOLink to the tutorials
THE DATA NECESSARY FOR A QUALITY ASSESSMENT
- A bill of material of the equipment studied with information on the nature of the materials, their mass, the possible presence of additives or surface coating. The use of a detailed BOM will enable you to make your assessment more reliable.
- Information on the connections and assembly methods between different parts of the equipment. The need for information adapts to the information previously provided.
- Answering certain questions on the presence of substances or components considered as pollutants. The need for information adapts to the information previously provided. This data is mainly used in the eco-design improvement areas put forward by REEECYC'LAB.