Posted on: Friday, February 15, 2019 - 12:55

    UK packaging specialist Medoola has launched its Packaging Life Cycle Assessment (PLCA) service, which will provide insights into how a brand’s packaging can enhance its environmental footprint from raw material to end of life. Medoola is now offering Packaging Life Cycle Assessment (PLCA) to its UK clients on a project by project basis.

    The company has reached an agreement with sustainability experts, Empauer to use the innovative software, Ecodex, exclusively on client projects in the UK.

    Posted on: Monday, February 11, 2019 - 13:21

    The Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA), the educational and technical resource to the Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) industry, today announced the completion of a 5-year update to its ISO-compliant Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) for three generic Spray Polyurethane Foam product formulations that include open-cell, closed-cell and roofing foams.

    Posted on: Monday, February 11, 2019 - 13:19

    SIG claims that its SIGNATURE PACK is the world’s first aseptic carton pack linked to 100% plant-based renewable materials.

    The environmental benefits of the package have been confirmed by critically reviewed ISO-conformant lifecycle assessment (LCA) – the world’s first for a mass balance product.

    Posted on: Tuesday, February 5, 2019 - 14:34

    The Australian Life Cycle Assessment Society is advancing plans to deliver the 10th biannual conference, to be held in Sydney from 4-6 March 2019.  


    Posted on: Friday, February 1, 2019 - 14:02

    A new liquefied natural gas plant proposed for Tacoma, Washington will result in a net reduction of greenhouse gases for the Washington State, but only if the natural gas that supplied it comes from B.C. (British Columbia). This is the recommendation of the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency in a supplemental environmental assessment for the facility.

    Posted on: Friday, February 1, 2019 - 13:59

    The University of Delaware recently completed a Life Cycle Assessment of BioHiTech's aerobic digesters for food waste management. The study demonstrated how BioHiTech’s technology can significantly reduce the global warming impact of food waste disposal.

    Posted on: Friday, February 1, 2019 - 13:58

    A new study released by the American Christmas Tree Association (ACTA) provides an in-depth analysis of the environmental impacts of real and artificial Christmas trees. The Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), conducted by WAP Sustainability Consulting, compares the most common artificial Christmas tree with a similar real option. The report concludes that when comparing the two types of trees, artificial trees have a more favorable effect on the environment if reused for at least five years.