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Life Cycle Analysis

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Lifecycle analysis (LCA) is a powerful analytical tool used by companies to provide information on the true costs and impacts of their products, processes, systems, or services. The results of an LCA can inform corporate decision-making in a variety of areas. LCA can also help a company identify opportunities to optimize processes, save money, "green" its reputation, or increase its competitive advantage. This paper from ICF International provides an overview of LCA and its beneficial applications in the corporate environment.


Authored By

  • AssociateICF International

    Micah Brill, a LEED-accredited professional, has a diverse background in construction, marketing, and engineering. He works with a variety of industries on developing and implementing sustainability programs. He focuses on lowering the costs associated with sustainability through practical greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation programs and environmental management strategies. He has developed carbon footprints for both products and properties and has analyzed the resources used across a company's portfolio of properties to determine possible conservation techniques and dollar savings.

    Mr. Brill holds an M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University's Green Design Institute and a B.S. from Washington University in St. Louis.

Insight Details

Published: Apr 27, 2009
Authors: , Therese Dorau
Source: ICF International
 
 
 
 

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