Framework for Ecolabeling using Discrete Event Simulation

@inproceedings{Andersson2012FrameworkFE,
  title={Framework for Ecolabeling using Discrete Event Simulation},
  author={Jon Andersson and Bj{\"o}rn Johansson and Jonatan Berglund and Anders Skoogh and Anders. skoogh},
  year={2012}
}
Ecolabled products have shown a competitive advantage to other products. Regulatory changes and market pressure creates an increased need for environmental impact assessments. The dominating method for environmental impact assessments life cycle assessment (LCA) lacks support to properly analyze the dynamic aspects of business operations and production processes. This Paper proposes to use discrete event simulation to support more extensive and detailed environmental assessments on selected… CONTINUE READING

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