Posted by Benjamin Canaguier
Type: 
Full LCA available on the web
Publication year: 
2006
Product: 
Plastic glass
Concerning the relative environmental contributions of the different phases in the life cycle of the individual cup systems, we can conclude that for small in
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Posted by Mogensen
Type: 
Full LCA available on the web
Publication year: 
2010
Product: 
Plasma Television

Goal:
1. establish a detailed LCA study of a plasma television device due to a lack of respective studies at the time.
2.do an initial comparison of the two competing technologies on the

Posted by hannahajjar
Type: 
Full LCA available on the web
Publication year: 
2007

Corn-based butanol could offer substantial fossil energy savings and moderate reductions in GHG
emissions relative to petroleum gasoline on a WTW basis, when co-products

Posted by Benjamin Canaguier
Type: 
Full LCA not available on the web
Publication year: 
2008
Product: 
food

Replacing meat with vegetarian products with a low animal protein content (dairy products, chicken egg or vegetable oils) will reduce emissions significantly.

Posted by rsebilo@colmar....
Type: 
Full LCA not available on the web
Publication year: 
2010
Product: 
Residential Swimming Pools

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Posted by Benjamin Canaguier
Type: 
Full LCA not available on the web
Publication year: 
2010
Product: 
Pneu usagé

Cette étude permettait de faire ressortir que ''la production de
gazon synthétique, la fabrication d'objets moulés et la cimenterie

Posted by Benjamin Canaguier
Type: 
Full LCA not available on the web
Publication year: 
1999
Product: 
automotive part
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Posted by Benjamin Canaguier
Type: 
Full LCA not available on the web
Publication year: 
2007
Product: 
Bus Body Component

The comparative LCA of the bus body component based on biomaterials and the conventional component made of glass fiber and polyester resin showed that there were ecological benefits especially in the

Posted by stephane.s.more...
Type: 
article
Publication year: 
2010
Product: 
Véhicule électrique
Posted by Claire Coletti
Type: 
article
Publication year: 
2009
Product: 
cotton T-shirt produced in India and polyester jacket produced in China

For the T-shirt, over 70% of the energy use and CO2 emissions occur in the consuming country, whereas for the jacketn more than 70% occur in the producing country.



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