It all started with developers from Western Australia who had a vision to create the most sustainable residential community possible. It took more than 10 years to acquire the land, finalise the design, receive all the required approvals to finally … Continue reading
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“eTool’s Life Cycle Assessment helped us understand how future impacts from energy, water, materials, recycling and waste will influence Greenhouse Gas emissions and whole of life costs of our project. It enabled us to identify and compare different options to … Continue reading →
This article provides an insight into the latest sustainability policies and regulations that have integrated the Life Cycle Design approach. Continue reading →
eTool believes the “Super Credit” based on the life-cycle methodology should be adopted in the short term as an innovation credit (alternative pathway for material, water and energy) in rating schemes like Green Star and ISCA. In Green Star, LCA could … Continue reading →
Suggested changes to the credit have been presented in the Future Focus consultation paper for the Green Star for New Buildings. The industry has been asked to submit comments to the proposed changes, that include the new set of categories and credits, encourages the elimination of carbon emissions from the built environment, sets high and ambitious requirements for the 5 and 6 Star projects. Continue reading →
The construction industry is going through major changes under the Green flag. The greening of building stock and infrastructure becomes more than just an idea, but a strategical attribute in developing the future of the precincts and entire cities all … Continue reading →
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