Dematerialisation

Companies are beginning to reduce the physical materials that go into the manufacture, delivery and use of their products. Sometimes it just means use, others it means redesigning products so that components can be recaptured for reuse or recycling at the end of their useful lives
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dematerialisation

decreasing the consumption of materials and resources while maintaining quality of life.
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dematerialisation

The elimination of physical certificates or documents of title which represent ownership of financial assets so that the financial assets exist only as accounting records....
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