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TripleLink | Linking three software solutions and advanced resource-oriented sustainability indicators to improve product life cycle and circularity assessment

Goal: Provide the processing value chains in the raw materials sector with an integrated assessment tool, more precisely the project will:

- Develop an optimized software solution integrating three commercial software packages: Granta Selector (Ansys Granta), HSC Chemistry (Metso Outotec) and openLCA (GreenDelta);

​- Integrate guidance for the recyclability of materials in the software;

​- Enhance the industrial capacity in the raw materials value chain to use LCA and thermo-economic information (innovation, footprints and handprints);

- Advance the development of criticality and circularity indicators methodologies and its integration in the software;

- Prepare education material using the results of the methods and technology development.

Keywords | raw materials; assessment; indicators; criticality, circularity; recyclability

Lead partner | University of Bordeaux
Co-leaders | HZDR and GreenDelta
Other partners | University of Waterloo, TNO, Metso Outotec, Ansys, Eramet and Eramet Norway

Funding | EIT Raw Materials

Date: 1 January 2020 - 31 December 2022

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Provide the processing value chains in the raw materials sector with an integrated assessment tool, more precisely the project will:
- Develop an optimized software solution integrating three commercial software packages: Granta Selector (Ansys Granta), HSC Chemistry (Metso Outotec) and openLCA (GreenDelta);
​- Integrate guidance for the recyclability of materials in the software;
​- Enhance the industrial capacity in the raw materials value chain to use LCA and thermo-economic information (innovation, footprints and handprints);
- Advance the development of criticality and circularity indicators methodologies and its integration in the software;
- Prepare education material using the results of the methods and technology development.
Keywords | raw materials; assessment; indicators; criticality, circularity; recyclability
Lead partner | University of Bordeaux
Co-leaders | HZDR and GreenDelta
Other partners | University of Waterloo, TNO, Metso Outotec, Ansys, Eramet and Eramet Norway
Funding | EIT Raw Materials