CE Delft analyses the environmental footprint of raw materials, products and waste streams, using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to work out how best to reduce it step by step, advising government, industry and NGOs alike.
CE Delft has extensive experience in environmental comparisons of packaging. We perform LCAs of plastics and recycling. We’ve done numerous studies on chemical recycling of plastics, supporting the Dutch government on policy development. We’re closely involved in assessing the effectiveness of packaging deposits.
We calculate the environmental footprint of raw material supply chains and advise on improvements to the entire chain.
An LCA study provides insight into the environmental footprint of a product or service, from raw materials extraction, production processes, transport and use through to disposal and any reprocessing. We can compare individual products or assess the environmental footprint of an entire sector.
E Delft regularly develops interactive LCA tools for calculating the environmental impact of (your) products. These tools provide a simple route to objective product comparison, which is why they are used in tendering procedures (read more) and by manufacturers wishing to compare products. Read more on LCAs here.
CE Delft regularly facilitates brainstorming sessions on improvement plans and provides input on what policy changes can accelerate the sustainability transition.