Redefining value, The manufacturing revolution, Remanufacturing, refurbishment, repair and direct reuse in the circular economy, published by the United Nations Environment Programme in 2018, suggests end-of-life (EOL): Refers to the point in the product or object’s service life at which the product or object is no longer able to function or perform as required, and for which there are no other options for the product but to be recycled or disposed into the environment.’
- Challenging the current approach to end of life of buildings using a life cycle assessment (LCA) approach.
- Does timber actually come out on top when considering end-of-life?
- End of life carbon.
- End of life care.
- End of life potential.
- End-of-life recovery rate improvement.
- End of use.
- Structures at the end of their design life.
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