Yes. Before one goes about making something environmentally safe one has to be certain about what it is, how it works, and what it is intended for. If you don’t do that at the beginning stage then you run the risk of altering the design in such a way that it becomes environmentally safe but practically useless. For example, check out this very efficient stove. It was designed to be efficient to save energy, but that efficiency comes with such a high price tag that no one in its intended market is likely to purchase it.
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