How operations management fits in with industrial ecology?

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How operations management fits in with industrial ecology?
Rajesh Mistry, Member, Project Manager, United Kingdom

How operations management fits in with industrial ecology?

(Can our industrial systems behave like an ecosystem, where the wastes of a species may be resource to another species? Can the outputs of an industry be the inputs of another, thus reducing use of raw materials, reducing pollution, and saving on waste treatment?)

Firstly let me introduce myself, my name is Rajesh Mistry and I am studying towards attaining an Executive MBA from the Bradford University School of Management. I am at the latter stages of the course with only my dissertation to complete. The dissertation is entitled ‘How operations management fits in with industrial ecology’. A picture is attached summarising the topics of interest

It is hoped that I may be able to use / quote individuals within my final writings and as such I can’t stress the importance of your views and opinions. In addition I have also created an online survey if anyone would be so kind as to fill in. To access please copy / paste the following link into your browser:

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How does the field of operations management fit in with industrial ecology?

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