The Department of Chemical Processes of Engineering of Padua University, in collaboration with ENEA (The Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Environment) has conducted a LCA study on waterborne wood paints according to ISO 14040 series of standards. This is a part of a wider project concerning the study of the life cycle of the wood outdoor windows, funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Objective 2. The whole study was aimed at defining the state of the art of the LCA studies on paints and at performing the LCA of two different waterborne paints: a preservative for softwood and a topcoat for spray application. The paper discusses the adopted approach as well as the main results of the study concerning the preservative.

Wood Paint Products: Life Cycle Assessment Studies

Tarantini, M.;Buttol, P.
2000-10-18

Abstract

The Department of Chemical Processes of Engineering of Padua University, in collaboration with ENEA (The Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Environment) has conducted a LCA study on waterborne wood paints according to ISO 14040 series of standards. This is a part of a wider project concerning the study of the life cycle of the wood outdoor windows, funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Objective 2. The whole study was aimed at defining the state of the art of the LCA studies on paints and at performing the LCA of two different waterborne paints: a preservative for softwood and a topcoat for spray application. The paper discusses the adopted approach as well as the main results of the study concerning the preservative.
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