Owner: IRT M2P

LCA is a tool for environmental assessment, which is standardized, global, multi-criteria and quantitative. It can be applied to products as well a to processes and services. This methodology aims to evaluate the environmental impacts of products, processes or services, on their whole life cycle and for a wide range of environmental impacts categories.
In this guide you will find:

  • An introduction to the methodology and its main applications (both for internal use in companies and external use).
  • The LCA process, step by step, as defined in ISO standard.
  • Additional information on the practical implementation of LCA, whether its should be outsourced to consulting companies or for internal implementation (development of internal LCA skills).
  • Examples of typical uses of LCA.

Note: Please view the short introduction video about the guide. If you are interested in its contents, take a look at the guide and provide your feedback. In case you need further assessment, the owner’s contact can be found below.

Authors: Gaël FICK: gael.fick[at]irt-m2p.fr

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