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Manufacturing a greener future: Introduction to life cycle analysis
21st June 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
As manufacturers, we all know that we must embrace more sustainable practices to protect our planet and reach net-zero targets, but it can be difficult to know where to start.
Join us as we introduce free self-directed sustainability courses from the NMIS Manufacturing Skills Academy. Launching in the coming weeks, these courses are aimed at supporting small and medium sized businesses in Scotland with navigating their journey to net-zero.
Hosted by Dr David Butler and Leigh Paterson of the University of Strathclyde’s department of Design Manufacturing and Engineering Management (DMEM), we’ll provide a taster of the course content, an introduction to to what circular economy and net-zero mean to you and your business, and some tools to help on your sustainability journey.
Date – Tuesday 21 June 2021
Time – 14:00 – 15:00 (GMT)
Have you ever wondered if there is an accurate way to determine your organisation’s carbon footprint?
Life cycle analysis/assessment (LCA) is a methodology that assesses the environmental impacts across the different life cycle stages of a product or process. As a tool, it is becoming commonplace across industries as the drive to improve sustainability and achieve carbon neutrality comes to the fore.
What we’ll cover
Here we provide a taster of our life cycle analysis course, including an in-depth overview of the tool, how it can and should be used, also exploring available software options and a case study to show the details of the tool step by step.
Who should join this webinar?
Anyone from a small to medium sized manufacturing businesses with or no knowledge of LCA.