Methodology for developing gate-to-gate Life cycle inventory information

@article{JimnezGonzlez2000MethodologyFD,
  title={Methodology for developing gate-to-gate Life cycle inventory information},
  author={Concepti{\'o}n Jim{\'e}nez-Gonz{\'a}lez and Seungdo Kim and Michael Overcash},
  journal={The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment},
  year={2000},
  volume={5},
  pages={153-159}
}
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) methodology evaluates holistically the environmental consequences of a product system or activity, by quantifying the energy and materials used, the wastes released to the environment, and assessing the environmental impacts of those energy, materials and wastes. Despite the international focus on environmental impact and LCA, the quality of the underlying life cycle inventory data is at least as, if not more, important than the more qualitative LCA process.This work… Expand
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