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THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL LIFECYCLE ANALYSIS

10.15660/AUOFMTE.2016-3.3272

Mirsad TARIĆ, Vladimir RADOJIČIĆ, Žana DŽUBUR, Ramo BAKIĆ

mirsad.taric@pr.ac.rs, vladimir.radojcic@pr.ac.rs, zana.dzubur@unmo.ba, ramo.bakic@gmail.com

Environmental Lifecycle Analysis (LCA) is a method that can be utilized to assess the potential ecological effects of an item, material, process, or action. An LCA is a far-reaching technique for evaluating a scope of natural effects over the full lifecycle of an item framework, from materials obtaining to assembling, utilize, and last demeanor. LCA contemplate comes about assistance to advance the capable plan and upgrade of items and procedures, prompting to diminished general ecological effects and the lessened utilize and the arrival of more lethal materials. LCA contemplates recognizing key materials and procedures inside the items' life cycles that are probably going to represent the best effects, including word related and open poisonous quality effects. These appraisals permit organizations to make item enhancements through the ecologically stable process, material and plan decisions

environment, life-cycle, analysis

ISSN 1583-0691, CNCSIS "Clasa B+"