Development of a conceptual framework and its associated indicator to take the dissipation of non- energetic abiotic resources into account within Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
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Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a tool allowing to assess environmental impacts of a product or service over its whole life cycle. It may serve as a support for product eco-design, policy- makers and decision-takers in governments and industries. LCA is relatively new, and methodological improvements are still required for it to be as robust as possible in order for it to fulfill its function and to be considered reliable and credible. A proper method to assess resource use in LCA has yet to be developed. In this regard, our work in progress is aiming at a better understanding and assessment of resource use impacts on Natural Resources Area of Protection in LCA with a dissipation approach.
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A necessary step forward for proper non-energetic abiotic resource use consideration in life cycle assessment: The functional dissipation approach using dynamic material flow analysis data CHARPENTIER PONCELET, Alexandre; LOUBET, Philippe; LARATTE, Bertrand; MULLER, Stéphanie; VILLENEUVE, Jacques; SONNEMANN, Guido (Elsevier BV, 2019)The impact of non-energetic abiotic resource use in life cycle as- sessment (LCA) has been receiving much attention in the last decades, and even more so since the resource efficiency and circular economy have become ...
Development of a conceptual framework to take the dissipation of non-energetic abiotic resources into account within Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) CHARPENTIER-PONCELET, Alexandre; LOUBET, Philippe; LARATTE, Bertrand; SONNEMANN, Guido (2019)Recent developments for the Natural Resources Area of Protection (AoP) in Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) (eg. Dewulf et al. (2015); Sonderegger et al. (2017))Existing methods for abiotic resource use have been discussed and ...
POMMIER, Régis; GRIMAUD, Guilhem; PRINCAUD, Marion; PERRY, Nicolas; SONNEMANN, Guido (Springer, 2016)Purpose: Wooden boatyard building has been replaced in the 70’s in favor of materials which are considered cheaper and simpler to work with (such as composite or aluminium). With today's new environmental standards, the ...
PRINCAUD, Marion; POMPIDOU, Stéphane; ANDRIANKAJA, Héry; SONNEMANN, Guido; PERRY, Nicolas (2013)Originally developed for high-tech applications, carbon/epoxy composites have been increasingly used in leisure and sports industries, for several years. Nevertheless, the carbon reinforcement is an ...
LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) of EVP - Engineering Veneer Product: plywood glued using a vacuum moulding technology from green veneers POMMIER, Régis; GRIMAUD, Guilhem; PRINCAUD, Marion; PERRY, Nicolas; SONNEMANN, Guido (Elsevier, 2016)The production of plywood represents a major proportion of engineered wood products. The traditional manufacturing process requires very thorough drying of the wood before gluing. Gluing green wood is a new technology ...