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View Resource Integrating LCA Tools in Green Building Rating Systems

This report examines ways to ensure better integration of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) techniques and LCA-based decision support tools in whole building rating and certification systems. It includes a...

http://www.athenasmi.org/publications/docs/LCA_Tool_Integr_P...
View Resource Estimating the Required Global Warming Offsets to Achieve a Carbon Neutral Synthetic Field Turf System Installation

A life cycle approach was followed to estimate the greenhouse gases emitted during the life cycle of a synthetic turf playing field system in comparison to a natural grass system. This study also...

http://www.athenasmi.org/projects/docs/UCC_project_ATHENA_te...
View Resource Life Cycle Inventory of Five Products Produced from Polylactide (PLA) and Petroleum-based Resins

The focus of this report is comparative Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) results for the production of various kinds of plastic consumer products made from petroleum- and bio-based resins. Energy and...

http://www.athenasmi.org/projects/docs/Plastic_Products_LCA_...
View Resource ASTM International's Masonry Standards for the Building Industry: 6th Edition (CD-ROM)

This new and improved edition features 104 ASTM masonry standards compiled from 3 volumes of the Annual Book of ASTM Standards. It includes specifications for products such as: mason's lime; concrete...

http://www.astm.org/BOOKSTORE/COMPS/218.htm
View Resource ASTM Digital Library

This is ASTM's Digital Library, providing you instant access to the digital edition of nearly every ASTM International book and paper spanning 140+ industries and 100+ years. World renowned for its...

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