3 edition of Eco-efficiency and materials found in the catalog.
Eco-efficiency and materials
Five Winds International.
by International Council on Metals and the Environment in Ottawa
Written in English
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The paper will analyse and compare eco-efficiency and eco-effectiveness based criteria for the construction of single-family homes with the help of guidelines and assessment methods for buildings and materials. The analysis serves the aim of identifying learnings from the long-term experience in the field of eco-efficiency and benefitting from. The current model of eco-design is eco-efficiency, or “doing more with less,” McDonough contends. But that model only means using fewer trees, generating less pollution, consuming less fossil-fueled electricity, and recycling or “downcycling” products into lesser-quality products than their originals — in other words, doing better.
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The eco-efficiency analysis and portfolio is a powerful decision support tool for various strategic and marketing issues. Since its original academic development, the approach has been refined during the last decade and applied to a multitude of projects. BASF, as possibly the most prominent company using and developing this tool, has applied the eco-efficiency approach to more than This book, which developed out of two conferences on eco-efficiency held in Dsseldorf in and , is edited by Ernst Ulrich von Weizs\u00E4cker and his team from the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, one of the world\'s leading research programmes on resource productivity.
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Eco-efficient Construction and Eco-efficiency and materials book Materials reviews ways of assessing the environmental impact of construction and building materials. Part one discusses the application of life cycle assessment (LCA) methodology to building materials as well as eco-labeling.
The Eco-Efficiency book, by Livio D. DeSimone and Frank Popoff, is not about theory: it is about action. Through concrete cases. it shows that without commitment and imagination, both economic benefits and environmental improvements can be by: Eco-efficient concrete is a comprehensive guide to the characteristics and environmental performance of key concrete types.
Part one discusses the eco-efficiency and life cycle assessment of Portland cement concrete, before part two goes on to consider concrete with. This book outlines the principles of eco-efficiency and presents case studies of their application from a number of international companies, including 3M and the Dow Chemical Company.
The term "eco-efficiency" describes business activities that create economic value while reducing ecological impact and resource use. This book outlines the principles of eco-efficiency and presents case studies.
Measuring Resource- use Efficiency and the Impact of Economic Activities on the Environment By applying the eco-efficiency principle only to the micro level, the huge pressures on the natural Eco-efficiency and materials book will not be alleviated.
Particularly, one of the possible unintended consequences of eco-efficiency policies at the micro level is the rebound effect. 20 years of Eco-Efficiency Analysis. marks the year anniversary of Eco-Efficiency Analysis. Learn more in this article. The anniversary book “The BASF Eco-Efficiency Analysis – A year success story” reports on the beginnings of the method and its further development over two decades in addition to presenting numerous example.
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Sustainable Metals Manufacturer: Springer. While eco‐efficiency is extremely important in leading to a more healthy and sustainable environment, it is only a partial solution.
Eco‐efficiency really means being less bad. We must strive for a total solution and be eco‐effective. The route to eco‐effectiveness is to eliminate fossil fuels altogether. Eco-efficiency is part of a broader concept called 'sustainable production and consumption' (SPC).
This concept involves changes in production and consumption patterns that lead to sustainable use of natural resources. Businesses play a key role, both as consumers. Eco-efficiency measures used during the conversion included the installation of energy efficiency lights, recycling of paper and wood products, and metals, purchase of energy efficient office equipment, reuse of existing materials and consideration of future uses for the building.
Although eco-efficiency is a rather new method, the idea is not. In the early s Paul R. Ehrlich and John Holdren developed the lettering formula I = PAT to describe the impact of human activity on the environment. Furthermore, the concept of eco-efficiency was first described by McIntyre and Thornton inbut it wasn't untilwhen the term was formally coined and widely publicized.
The Eco-Efficiency Analysis method of BASF (Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik) follows the ISO in the aggregation of ELCA results and life cycle costs to come up with eco-efficiency.
The book will be of great interest not only for researchers but also for design engineers faced to the use of new metallic materials in modern structural applications.
View Show abstract. Definition of Eco-Efficiency: Philosophy that aims to encourage entities achieve environmental improvements that yield simultaneous economic benefits. Search inside this book for more research materials. Recommend to a Librarian Recommend to a Colleague.
materials with less waste and fewer adverse environmental effects. There are a various number of ways that companies can go about implementing eco-efficiency. For example, inProctor and Gamble introduced concentrated detergent powders that took up half the volume of traditional detergents.
The. Eco-efficiency has emerged as a practical concept that combines environmental and economic performance indicators to measure the sustainability performance of different product alternatives.
In this paper, an analytical tool that can be used to assess the eco-efficiency of construction materials is developed. Eco-efficiency has emerged as a practical concept that combines environmental and economic performance indicators to measure the sustainability performance of different product alternatives.
In this paper, an analytical tool that can be used to assess the eco. Eco-efficiency has become one of the buzzwords of our time. The term reflects the paradigm shift that has occurred since the late eighties.
Rather than regarding ecology and economy as mutually opposing entities, it is now widely recognised that eco-efficient production is a major opportunity to enhance a company's competitive position in the market.
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This eco-efficiency analysis can guide choices in policy, business, and consumptions activities, all from a single common background. For integrating the different environmental scores several evaluation methods may be used including those based on willingness-to-pay, panel procedures, and public statements on policy goals.We strive to develop eco-friendly materials so we can recycle more resources.
Eco-friendly materials are made by recycling resources that have been used previously or by processing materials that can be substituted for natural resources. In this way, the burden on the environment is reduced.Eco-sufficiency, or simply sufficiency, refers to the concept or strategy to reduce the environmental footprint of modern societies.
The term was popularised by authors such as Thomas Princen, a professor at MIT, in his book ‘The Logic of Sufficiency’.As a goal, sufficiency is about ensuring that all humans can live a good life without overshooting the ecological limits of the Earth.