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Should Design Engineers Run Environmental Compliance?

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Re: More of a specialized function
Tim   9/29/2011 7:00:42 PM
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I agree that adherence to environmental regulation is a specialized function, but a lot of companies have the mind set that the engineer is paid to know all possible outcomes of the product including disposal.  This can be an unfair mindset when multiple countries are involved and working through the regulations can be more work than actually satisfying the customer's needs. 

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