The personal care category in India shows one way that it's consumers are demonstrating a personal commitment to sustainability in the products they buy Despite significant price increases in the category at the time in March 2018 year over year sales growth in natural products (+19 6%) far outpaced non-naturals (+7 6%) May 01 2018Whey is a co-product of cheese-making with low economic value • Whey protein concentrate (WPC) production was evaluated using Life cycle assessment • The environmental load related to whey consumption is the main driver of WPC impact • Whey consumption is main hotspot followed by transport and electricity consumption •

Evironmental Product Declaration of North American

Product Category Rules (PCR) for preparing an Environmental Product Declaration for North American Structural and Architectural Wood Products Version 1 (UN CPC 31 NAICS 321) November 8 2011 DATE OF ISSUE April 16 2013 PERIOD OF VALIDITY 5 years CONTENTS OF THE DECLARATION Product definition and information about building physics

De vraag van consumenten en retailers naar duurzaam geproduceerde tuinbouwproducten neemt toe Een breed erkende techniek om de milieu-impact van producten te berekenen te benchmarken en te monitoren is een levenscyclus of milieu-footprint analyse Zowel ketenpartners als de markt vragen daarom toenemend om milieu-footprint berekeningen van

the results of the analysis of existing Product Category Rules and/ or sectoral guidance to check potential compliance with the requirements of the Environmental Footprint methods the representative product or representative organisation which describes the features of a typical average product sold on the market or an organisation

Dec 15 2016The LCA 'cradle to gate' approach was adopted (Finnveden et al 2009) in order to calculate the water and carbon footprint of selected dairy products taking into consideration the upstream and the core processes of the dairy plant as proposed by yoghurt's PCR () Given that the study focused on the environmental profile of the diary plant the downstream

P Butler in Emerging Food Packaging Technologies 2012 20 2 Sustainability and ecological footprinting The environmental impact of food and packaging waste can be evaluated and compared by ecological footprint analysis (EFA) which takes into account the amount of land needed to provide the resources to produce a product or measure a level of consumption

Product Environmental Footprint Category Rules Guidance

8 Product Environmental Footprint Category Rules (PEFCR) The content of this PEFCR Guidance will be 9 periodically revised by European Commission services The PEFCRs developed during the 10 Environmental Footprint pilot phase (2013-2018) shall be fully in line with this version of the 11 guidance

A water footprint shows the extent of water use in relation to consumption by people The water footprint of an individual community or business is defined as the total volume of fresh water used to produce the goods and services consumed by the individual or community or produced by the business Water use is measured in water volume consumed (evaporated) and/or polluted

The European Commission launched the Environmental Footprint (EF) initiative under the Single Market Act with a focus on green products It is designed to harmonize the many different methodologies that are available to calculate and communicate environmental information on products and organizations covering the entire life cycle from cradle to grave and a wide range of environmental

Product Environmental Footprint pilots Each PEFCR contains a set of rules on how to measure the life cycle environmental performance of the product in scope The factsheets state the scope and status of the project and the companies participating in the Technical Secretariat

Product Category Rules (PCR) for preparing an Environmental Product Declaration for North American Structural and Architectural Wood Products Version 1 (UN CPC 31 NAICS 321) November 8 2011 DATE OF ISSUE April 16 2013 PERIOD OF VALIDITY 5 years CONTENTS OF THE DECLARATION Product definition and information about building physics

When Barilla prepared the EPD for its pasta products it was discovered that the cultivation of durum wheat is the most important phase in terms of environmental impact As a result Barilla launched a specific project to understand how to modify the cultural system in order to reduce the use of fertilizers

Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) method and the link with EPDs Michele Galatola Dairy products Feed Pet food Pasta Olive oil Wine Packed water Finalised PEFCRs Finalised OEFSRs • The list of most relevant impact categories life cycles processes • and more Materiality (focus

except heat from oil to dry sand that is allocated to the sand Indoor environment Carbon footprint: Carbon footprint has not been worked out for the product Bibliography Environmental product declaration - Core rules for the product category of construction products: EN 15804:2012+A1:2013 48 gram: CO 2-eqv/kWh

Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) method and the link

Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) method and the link with EPDs Michele Galatola Dairy products Feed Pet food Pasta Olive oil Wine Packed water Finalised PEFCRs Finalised OEFSRs • The list of most relevant impact categories life cycles processes • and more Materiality (focus

Nov 17 2015Walmart's definition of "leader" is based on how suppliers score on Walmart's Sustainability Index in each of several product categories not on the products themselves As I explained in an article at the time Walmart's methodology however rational is more than a

When Barilla prepared the EPD for its pasta products it was discovered that the cultivation of durum wheat is the most important phase in terms of environmental impact As a result Barilla launched a specific project to understand how to modify the cultural system in order to reduce the use of fertilizers

Sep 19 2019This category does not include products that require time/temperature control for safety such as cream-filled pastries (x) Other grain products include processed food products such as dried cereal dried pasta oat flakes and popcorn This category does not include milled grain products as described in paragraph (g)(2)(viii) of this section

products are free of microorganisms capable of growing in or on the product at non-refrigerated conditions (over 50F) at which the product is intended to be held during distribution and storage This could include dried salt-cured fermented and acidified products which would fall under either the heat-treated shelf-stable or not heat treated