Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a tool used to identify the net impacts of a product, including raw materials extraction, manufacturing, use, and disposal. Knowing the life cycle impacts of your product or project can provide critical information to customers and decision-makers to enhance your brand and market sustainability features, creating new sources of value. This argument has been proven by innovative products such as compact fluorescent light bulbs, hybrid vehicles, and insulation made from recycled blue jeans. Demonstrating low environmental impact of a product with life cycle assessment is particularly important for emerging green technologies and green developments projects. Our approach to life cycle assessment provides you with clear metrics that allow you to improve the sustainability features of your product. In addition, we can compare your product or project with a conventional equivalent, using this information to enhance your brand. EcoShift life cycle assessment consultants use standardized LCA methods (ISO 14040-14049), as well as tailor-made procedures, to assess the unique characteristics of individual goods. For more information on LifeCycleShift, download our InfoPak.