Tag: Life cycle assessment
Offering sustainable paper products that help create a healthier environment can increase consumers’ brand loyalty.
In honor of Zero Emissions Day, see four ways the built environment can reduce its embodied carbon output.
The Wallcoverings Association, in collaboration with NSF International, developed a new sustainability tool that provides transparency into how products earned their NSF 342 certifications.
New study evaluates the cradle-to-grave sustainability of commonly used drinking water and sewer pipe materials over a 100-year service period.
Old can be as good as new, especially when pursuing sustainable certifications.
Green Globes is used as an alternative to LEED.
A collaboration between UL Environment, PE INTERNATIONAL, Hewlett-Packard, Xerox, Dell, Lexmark, and other companies has been formed to produce consensus-based rules for understanding the environmental impact of this equipment.
This seating PCR provides a science-based and internationally recognized method for reporting the environmental impact of seating products throughout their entire life cycle.
By incorporating life cycle assessment into buildings, facility managers can lower their environmental footprint.