Eco-Design Survey / Eco-Design Score / Peer Review Rating

3D Eco-Design Survey

Part I

3D Eco-Design Survey

Part II

What is EDS?

EDS stands for Eco-Design Score. This is a score you get answering questions of the 3D Eco-Design Survey, it reflects weather your product is created according to the Eco-Design Principles. Having completed both parts of Eco-Design Survey you can obtain the full EDS, which corresponds to your product. EDS is highly influential in MISMIR 3D Eco-Design Community.

What is PRR?

PRR stands for Peer Review Rating. PRR is constantly changing, which reflects the popularity of the design. The designs, which accumulate high enough PRR, are to be added to the Case Studies page. If those designs are using Eco-Design and Sustainability principles, different from those published in the Eco-design Principles page, those principles also to be added to the Eco-design Principles section.



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Take part in 3D Eco-Design Survey to determine EDS of the Product you have designed.
Download, Customize, Share 3D Eco-Design Community
Take part in 3D Eco-Design Survey to determine EDS of the Product you have designed.
Download, Customize, Share 3D Eco-Design Community


Download, Customize, Share 3D Eco-Design Community
What is EDS?
EDS stands for Eco-Design Score. This is a score you get answering questions of the 3D Eco-Design Survey, it reflects weather your product is created according to the Eco-Design Principles. Having completed both parts of Eco-Design Survey you can obtain the full EDS, which corresponds to your product. EDS is highly influential in MISMIR 3D Eco-Design Community.


Download, Customize, Share 3D Eco-Design Community
What is PRR?
PRR stands for Peer Review Rating. PRR is constantly changing, which reflects the popularity of the design. The designs, which accumulate high enough PRR, are to be added to the Case Studies page. If those designs are using Eco-Design and Sustainability principles, different from those published in the Eco-design Principles page Eco-Design Principles, those principles also to be added to the Eco-design Principles section. The whole idea of knowledge sharing requires two-way communication, and the possibility to upgrade and adapt to the context of use, which MISMIR platform promotes, should be made available at MISMIR itself.