LCA step-by-step

Regarding the manufacturing process, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) offers early identification and addressing of potential environmental risks, deep understanding of each life cycle stage relevance, followed by clear
determination of opportunities for manufacturing process optimization, and development of the most efficient measures for improvement.

Differentiate your product in the marketplace using a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) methodology that is based on cutting-edge science and widely supported by industry, government, academia, and environmental groups.
LCA is a verified measurement of your product’s environmental credentials and can be used to benchmark your product against those of your competitors.

Enhance your brand reputation and reinforce your promotional environmental claims by supporting them with credible, 3rd-party verified documents that can be used to market the sustainability attributes of your product to your customers.

The Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a tool used to ascertain the environmental impact of a product, process or activity throughout its life cycle, from the extraction of raw materials through to processing, transport, use and disposal with the ultimate goal of developing sustainable policies and programs.

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) has emerged as a valuable decision-support tool for both policy makers and industry in assessing the cradle-to-grave impacts of a product, process or service. Done in accordance with
ISO standard, LCA provides the ultimate overview of the environmental impact, covering the whole life cycle from the production of raw materials to the end of life.

Manufacturers receive multiple benefits from having carried out LCA for their products, processes or services.

The life cycle of a product