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Live webinar at 12.30, May 15th 2019

eTool Regional Director Pat Hermon will be joined by CHB Sustainability to host this one-hour webinar that will cover the basics of completing life cycle design modelling in eToolLCD LCA software  from start to finish. The webinar will run through a case study completed by CHB sustainability that successfully awarded both the Life cycle assessment (LCA) and life cycle costing (LCC) credits. It will cover everything you need to know to complete your own LCAs and LCCs for Mat 01 and Man 02 including:

  1. Introduction
  2. Information gathering
  3. Model set-up and template system
  4. Optioneering and recommendations
  5. Case Study Reporting Mat01
  6. 3rd Party Verification (eTool Certification)
  7. ISO15686-5 LCC reporting (Man 02 and LCA/LCC alignment)
  8. Q&A
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