Best Available Techniques as a Sustainability Tool in Manufacturing: Case Study in the Dairy Sector

Abstract : Best Available Techniques encompass preventive and end-of-pipe solutions aimed to contribute to the sustainability of the European industry. They are determined by the official Sevilla Process based on extensive data collection and analysis, supporting formal negotiation steps. This article presents a statistical multicriteria method applied to the dairy sector to help determine reference sites likely to use BATs. This 5-step methodology is based on two classifications: representative or performant sites. Performant sites selected by the Pareto front analysis are better than representative sites. In the representative analysis, the size of installations seems to be inversely proportional to their environmental impacts.
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Damien Evrard, Valérie Laforest, Jonathan Villot, Rodolphe Gaucher. Best Available Techniques as a Sustainability Tool in Manufacturing: Case Study in the Dairy Sector. The 23rd CIRP Conference on Life Cycle Engineering, May 2016, Berlin, Germany. pp.520-525, ⟨10.1016/j.procir.2016.03.098⟩. ⟨emse-01350886⟩

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