Life Cycle Analysis
Understanding the environmental impact of their products and services is essential for any business seeking to improve sustainability performance.
LCA is a powerful tool that helps businesses identify environmental hotspots, prioritize sustainability improvements, and communicate their sustainability achievements to stakeholders.
One of the biggest challenges in conducting an LCA study is collecting accurate and comprehensive data. This requires collaboration between multiple departments and stakeholders within a business, as well as access to data from suppliers and other partners. At SGY, we work closely with our clients to gather the necessary data, and we use advanced tools and techniques to analyze the data and produce reliable results.
Goal and Scope Definition
We work with our clients to define the scope and goals of the LCA study, including identifying the functional unit, system boundaries, and environmental impact categories.
Actionable Insights that Lead to Sustainable Improvement
We believe that LCA is an essential tool for businesses seeking to improve sustainability performance and communicate their sustainability achievements to stakeholders.
Analyzing Environmental Impact for Sustainable Business Strategies
By identifying the environmental impact of their products or services, companies can make more informed decisions about how to reduce their environmental footprint. This can lead to improvements in energy efficiency, resource use, and waste reduction, resulting in a more sustainable operation overall.
Frequently Asked Questions
LCA considers the entire life cycle of a product or service, while carbon footprint only considers greenhouse gas emissions associated with the reporting company.
Our team of LCA experts has extensive experience in conducting LCA studies for a wide range of industries and products, including consumer goods, construction materials, and renewable energy systems. We offer Life Cycle Analysis services in accordance with ISO 14040/44 standards, which ensure the validity, transparency, and dependability of our LCA studies.