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Publisher Future Technology Press
Vol. 8 No. 2 KES Transactions on SDM II - Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2015
Volume Editors KES International
Journal ISSN 2051-6002
Article TitleThe Choice of Production Volume of the ELV Depollution Station Using the Decision - Making Analysis
Primary AuthorAleksandar Tomovic, Technical Faculty 'Mihajlo Pupin', University of Novi Sad, (Serbia)
Other Author(s) Milan Pavlovic; Milan Nikolic; Danijela Tadic; Aleksandar Pavlovic
Pages 337 - 348
Article ID sdm15-072
Publication Date 02-May-16

The Republic of Serbia, as a country that tends to join the European Union is obliged to harmonize its legislation acts with the ones that are implemented in the EU member states. In that manner, regulations in the area of the End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV) recycling management in the Republic of Serbia are mostly harmonized, with the relevant EU legislation acts. In order to get the full implementation of these acts the proper recycling equipment is needed to be used in the ELV recycling process, primarily in terms of removing hazardous components from ELVs. Some studies have shown that stationary ELV depollution stations are the most suitable ones for national recyclers, so they should both be analyzed from the legislative and economic sustainability aspects as well. This paper treats management strategies of production of latter stations by using engineering potentials of the national economy. To narrow down, several scenarios of production scale and market consumption needs have been proposed and examined in order to get the scale of production of the ELV depollution station with respect to national economy needs and potentials.


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Remarks Paper presented at KES International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing, 12-14 April 2015
First date of publication in InImpact: 1 December 2015