LCA Malaysia

Contact Person

Isnazunita Ismail
General Manager
Environmental Technology Research Centre
+603-5544 6559
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Wan Mazlina Wan Hussein
Head
Environmental Management Section
Environmental Technology Research Centre
+603-5544 6569
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Yati Kamarudzaman
Researcher
Environmental Technology Research Centre
+603-5544 6563
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Rozana Hashim
Researcher
Energy Technology Research Centre
+603-5544 6000 Ext. 2991
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Environmental Technology Research Centre (ETRC)
Block 15
SIRIM Berhad
No. 1, Persiaran Dato’ Menteri, Section 2
P.O Box 7035
40700 Shah Alam, Selangor
Malaysia
Tel : +603-5544 6550
Fax : +603-5544 6590
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ASEAN-SIRIM

 

Project Title
Harmonising the LCA Methodology for ASEAN Biofuel – Carbon Footprint

Project Background

  1. The SIRIM LCA Team is responsible to develop the questionnaire for collection of information relevant to the development of the harmonised LCA methodology.
  2. Webinar will be carried out to discuss the questionnaire to ensure the right information collected.
  3. Development of data sheet for the biofuel carbon footprint (biofuel carbon calculator).
  4. Development of Product Category Rule (PCR) for Carbon Footprint - Biofuel 

Duration
Sept 2015 – Sept 2016

Funded by
ASEAN COST, ASEAN Science Fund (USD 29,500)

Key Highlights
To harmonize the LCA methodology across ASEAN, starting the measurement of environmental impacts related to climate change in the form of ghg profile and water stress in the form of water consumption for biofuel production and use.