Caracterización de la cadena de recuperación de baterías de uso automotriz en Ibagué
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The design of supply chains with a modern vision of logistics does not only imply the exclusive consideration of economic aspects but also the preservation of the environment and, therefore, of sustainable development. This last consideration leads to the importance of efficient waste management, with the 3R approach (Reduction, Reuse and Recycling) being a source of added value generation that aims to develop habits such as responsible consumption. Like any other supply chain, reverse flow chains are highly complicated, requiring decision-making processes based on facilities, transportation, and inventory management to simultaneously minimize costs and environmental impact. The present research aims to characterize the automotive battery recovery chain in Ibagué. The above is due to the fact that the sustainable development of the city is directly affected by this problem because this material does not have its due recovery process, thus being exposed to the environment, generating negative impacts. In addition, inefficient battery management leads to wasted business opportunities and job creation, obstructing a source of value generation in the post-consumption phase. It should be noted that there is little research carried out for the design of supply chains dedicated to the recovery of used batteries because most of these focus on solutions for single product chains and for a simple period in not very adaptable environments. to the local context. Therefore, in this research, references will be studied at a national and international level that lead to the proposal of value generation for interested parties.