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Tool Summary Tool Characteristics Tool Application Source of Tools Opinion of Tools

Source of tools

Name of the tool
EASEWASTE (Environmental Assessment of Solid Waste Systems and Technologies)

Where is tool available from
Janus Kirkeby,
Environment & Resources, Danmarks Techniske Universitet (DTU).
Anker Engelundsvej 1 101A 2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark

When was the tool produced
The tool was to be completed by the end of 2004, when it was to be made publically available on the internet.

Is support provided

Organisation/s that developed the tool and country of origin
Produced by the Environment & Resources Department, Danmarks Techniske Universitet (DTU). Information on the tool was obtained from: Environmental Assessment of Solid Waste Systems and Technologies: EASEWASTE. The framework for the EASEWASTE model under development at DTU, Lyngby. Janus T. Kirkeby et. al, Miljø & Ressourcer, DTU. Draft version, 04.08.03

Is the tool newly developed or based on an exisiting tool
The model is based on an LCA-approach – or, the tool is designed to manage an LCA-analysis of different waste treatment methods.

The model uses data from the Danish LCA-database on products, EDIP (in Danish: UMIP). Source: Wenzel, H; Hauschild, M.; Alting, L, 1997: Environmental Assessment of Products– vol. 1: Methodology, tools and case studies in product development, Chapham & Hall, London 1997

Cost of the full tool