Guangdong University of Science & Technology
The theory of environmental cost control and the theory of value chain form a fit between strategic thinking and value-added purposes. Enterprise environmental cost control based on value chain includes internal cost chain environmental cost control and external value chain environmental cost control. Eco-friendly design concept, green procurement model, clean production strategy and green marketing strategy constitute the environmental cost control of the internal value chain of the enterprise; The environmental cost control analysis of the upstream supplier and downstream purchase customer is the environmental cost control of the external value chain of the enterprise.
Environmental cost; cost control; value chain.
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