Life-Cycle Assessment presents a brief overview of the development of the life-cycle assessment process and develops guidelines and principles for implementation of a product life-cycle inventory analysis. The book describes inventory analysis, impact analysis, and improvement analysis-the three components of a product life-cycle assessment. It discusses the major stages in a life cycle, including raw materials acquisition, materials manufacture, final product fabrication, filling/packaging/distribution, and consumer use and disposal.Inventory Guidelines and Principles Battelle Memorial In, Mary Ann Curran ... For example, the analysis of bar soap includes the manufacture of tallow and sodium hydroxide for soap making, paper for packaging the soap (primary packaging), anbsp;...
|Author||:||Battelle Memorial In, Mary Ann Curran|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1994-07-22|