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Title: Cycle life assessment PVC from procurement public buildings
Authors: Martin, R.D.
Trujillo, F.J.P.
Martin, T.G.
Del Río, C.M.
Fernandez, E.B.
Mouhaffel, A.G.
Mayoral, Jesus Romero 
UNESCO Clasification: 331210 Plásticos
3312 Tecnología de materiales
330804 Ingeniería de la contaminación
3322 Tecnología energética
Keywords: Drain pipes
Life Cycle Analysis
Recycled PVC
Issue Date: 2016
Journal: International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 
Abstract: Through this communication is intended to realize the benefits that entails the use of materials made by recycled plastics in pipes of sanitation for the building in front of the same, for the same purpose, but whose origin is the initial obtained from virgin raw materials will be assessed the capacity of the line manufactured with recycled products aimed at the evacuation waters in buildings by substituting the preparation from virgin raw material with a view to achieving sustainable development through the comparison between environmental impacts with the technique of life-cycle analysis (LCA). The use of PVC materials-R (Poly Vinyl Chloride Recycling) from the recycling of various commercial products is going to allow the omission of a number of processes involved in the preparation of the final product as well as the exploitation through the recovery of a type of waste whose period of degradation seems very long and undesirable. The data of environmental pollution caused by the employment of the PVC pipes have been analyzed and incorporated into the inventory phase through the use of the software SimaPro8, thanks to this sight is the appropriateness of the use of recycled materials in the manufacturing process of this type of lines avoiding the reissue of polluting compounds in the atmosphere to the generation of new raw materials for the manufacture of the pipes and the environmental impact that brings with it the whole process.
ISSN: 0973-4562
Source: International Journal of Applied Engineering Research[ISSN 0973-4562],v. 11, p. 4252-4257
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