LCA,LCC and Non-technological aspects in Sustainable Leather
LCA,LCC and Non-technological aspects in Sustainable Leather, Project Suleap.
The primary objective of this course is to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of various key concepts and considerations related to leather manufacturing, specifically in the context of sustainability, economics, and non-technological factors.
This entails a comprehensive understanding of the principles and methodology of LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) to assess the environmental impacts of leather production. Additionally, it aims to introduce the concept of LCC (Life Cycle Costing) and its relevance to leather manufacturing. The course will emphasize the importance of ethical considerations, including labor practices and animal welfare, throughout the leather production process. Furthermore, participants will learn about the calculation of carbon and water footprints, helping them grasp the ecological footprint of leather manufacturing.
Overall, the primary objective of the course is to equip participants with the knowledge needed to effectively evaluate, improve, and make informed decisions regarding the environmental, economic, and non-technological aspects of leather manufacturing in a sustainable and responsible manner. This knowledge will empower them to contribute positively to the leather industry by promoting sustainable practices and ethical standards while considering the economic implications.
In conclusion, this course equips participants with knowledge crucial for sustainable leather manufacturing. From LCA and LCC to ethical considerations and environmental footprint calculations, participants will be well-prepared to promote responsible industry practices.