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The CO2 footprint of plastic pipe systems (EPD, CO2 footprint, LCA, Teppfa, environmental performance)

 

Papers # 2012 Barcelona

The conclusions of the EPD studies carried out ti ll 2012 show that w hen considering all the categories of the LCA, the average environmental impact of Plastic pipe systems are lower than of comparable other materials. The CO2 footprint which is one of the parameters in the LCA and environmental impacts i s as well lower than of comparable other materials.

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