Promoting a global approach of production processes ‘from cradle to grave’ for the eco-conception of new production processes (involving new methods for the life cycle analysis of products),
Developing multi-criteria-based methods for evaluating industrial fat and oil production and processing in terms of environmental and socio-economic impact, in order to promote sustainable options and improve customer perception of the environmentally-friendly value of products.
Improving the recycling process for waste and by-products of the fats and oils industry, in order to use this waste as energy and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
Identifying key factors for the sustainable integration of industrial sites on a local level.
Presentation of Laureen Badey,Environment Department ITERG, 22nd SETAC Europe LCA Case Study Symposium, 20-22 september 2016, Montpellier Laureen Badey, Sylvie Dauguet, Fabrice Bosque Abstract The aim of the study is to promote eco-design in vegetable oil sector by using LCA as a tool. In (...) suite
Context : ACYVIA is a four year collaborative project launched in 2013 aiming at developing public LCI/LCIA database of food transformation processes involving : ▪ Food technical institutes (ACTALIA, ANMF, CTCPA, IDELE, IFIP, IFV, ITERG and UNGDA) ▪ Quantis and Agroscope, leading the (...) suite
The objective of this study is to provide the required data for the ecological labelling of so-called ‘reference’ rapeseed and sunflower seed oils, as part of the national-scale experiment launched by the Ministry in charge of the environment. The results of the Life Cycle Analysis for these two (...) suite
Waste and by-products of the agri-food industry, and therefore the fats and oils industry, contain a wealth of molecules of use to economic players. The initial purpose of the VAMACOPIA project, implemented by RMT ACTIA ECOVAL, was to draw up a detailed list of waste and by-products and their (...) suite