Life Cycle Engineering

Taking a differentiated view of influencing factors

Life Cycle Engineering (LCE) analyses the potential ecological, economic, technological, and social influence of products, processes, and services over their whole life cycle. This multidimensional approach ensures that all significant factors are evaluated within a sustainable decision process. The methodology of Life Cycle Engineering presents the results in a readily comprehensible manner, thereby ensuring maximum transparency – a good basis for decision making. Life Cycle Engineering combines various methods to depict the ecological, economic, technological, and social influence of a product or a service.

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In the course of Life Cycle Engineering, various data on ecological, economic, technical and social aspects are collated.

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Every individual component of the Life Cycle Engineering process must be introduced at the right place, and the overall picture is generated from a large number of individual pieces.

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Water cycle and life cycle – from fresh water as a resource to wastewater treatment, the life cycle is the foundation of Life Cycle Engineering.