Life Cycle Association of New Zealand

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    Further to our previous invitations to our AGM and Seminar Day planned for 20th June and feedback from our members, the Life Cycle Association of New Zealand committee would like to advise that:

    Sustainable packaging is the development and use of packaging which results in improved sustainability. Sustainable packaging involves increased use of life cycle inventory and life cycle assessment for its use in packaging which can assist in reducing the environmental impact and environmental footprint.

    Amsterdam-based RFID-product and IoT-solutions provider Smartrac recently unveiled plans to add environmentally friendly tag options to its offerings, based on graphene inks. Smartrac stated that each of its products that receives a Green Tag will include a published Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), according to ISO 14040/44.

    About Us

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    The Life Cycle Association of New Zealand (LCANZ) was established in June 2009 to provide a focal point for Life Cycle Assessment and Management work conducted in New Zealand. Read more

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    GHG Footprints

    Work led by Landcare Research, supported by Plant and Food Research, AgriLINK New Zealand, and Massey University, produced an indicative sector carbon footprint for ZESPRI ® GREEN, GOLD and ORGANIC Kiwifruit for Zespri International Ltd and the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.