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Environmental Life Cycle Analysis

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Title: Environmental Life Cycle Analysis
Author: David F. Ciambrone
ISBN: 1566702143 / 9781566702140
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 160
Publisher: CRC Press
Year: 1997
Availability: 15-30 days
     
 
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The trend in industry and with the EPA is to prevent wastes before they are created instead of treating or disposing of them later. This book assists design/systems engineers and managers in designing or changing a product or set of processes in order to minimize the negative impact on the environment during its life cycle. It explains the overall concept of environmental life cycle analysis and breaks down each of the stages, providing a clear picture of the issues involved.
Chapters 1 and 2 provide an introduction and overview of the environmental life cycle analysis process. Chapter 3 establishes the basis and methodologies required for analysis through description of the basic framework, definition of boundaries, use of checklists, data gathering processes, construction of models, and interpretation of results. Templates and special cases that may be encountered and how to handle them are addressed in Chapter 4. Chapters 5 through 9 go into detail about modeling, issues, and data collection for each stage of the product life cycle. The final chapter provides a summary of the various steps and offers ideas on how to present data and reports.

  • Walks you through each stage of environmental life cycle analysis, providing a complete understanding of the process
  • Presents the necessary background, simple and effective tools, instruction, and examples to conduct environmental life cycle analysis on products and processes in a cost-effective manner
  • Shows how to reduce manufacturing process waste
  • Discusses how to produce better and less polluting products that will save money and have a marketing edge over the competition
  • Offers alternatives to the analysis process, providing flexibility

Chapter 1 : Introduction
Chapter 2 : Overview
Chapter 3 : Brief History
Chapter 4 : Assessment Methodology Overview
Chapter 5 : Examples of Applications
Chapter 6 : Life Cycle Framework
Chapter 7 : Scope
Chapter 8 : Defining Boundaries
Chapter 9 : Checklists and Their Application and Use
Chapter 10 : Data Gathering
Chapter 11 : Construction of a Conceptual Model
Chapter 12 : Turning Data into Useful Information
Chapter 13 : Interpretation of Results
Chapter 14 : Reporting the Results
Chapter 15 : General Issues
Chapter 16 : Templates
Chapter 17 : Data Issues
Chapter 18 : Special Considerations
Chapter 19 : Specific Life Cycle Stages
Chapter 20 : Raw Materials and Energy Inventory
Chapter 21 : Data Gathering
Chapter 22 : Manufacturing, Formulation, and Processing
Chapter 23 : Manufacturing Outputs
Chapter 24 : Data Gathering
Chapter 25 : Assumptions
Chapter 26 : Distribution and Transportation
Chapter 27 : Use-Reuse-Maintenance
Chapter 28 : Primary Data Collection
Chapter 29 : Secondary Data Sources
Chapter 30 : Assumptions
Chapter 31 : Recycle-Waste Management
Chapter 32 : Donation/Sale and Recycle
Chapter 33 : Waste Management
Chapter 34 : Liquid Wastes
Chapter 35 : Solid Wastes
Chapter 36 : Airborne Waste
Chapter 37 : Summary
Chapter 38 : Degradation of Ecological Systems
Chapter 39 : Resource Depletion
Chapter 40 : Human Health and Welfare Issues

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