Life cycle assessment and its application to process selection , design and optimisation

@inproceedings{Azapagic1999LifeCA,
  title={Life cycle assessment and its application to process selection , design and optimisation},
  author={Adisa Azapagic},
  year={1999}
}
As the pressures on the chemical and process industries to improve their environmental performance are increasing, the need to move away from narrow system de®nitions and concepts in environmental system management is becoming more apparent. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is gaining wider acceptance as a method that enables quanti®cation of environmental interventions and evaluation of the improvement options throughout the life cycle of a process, product or activity. Historically, LCA has mainly… CONTINUE READING

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