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3rd-assignment-08 - Bren School of Environmental Science &...

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Copyright Bren School of Environmental Science and Management 2006 Bren School of Environmental Science & Management 3 rd Assignment – Industrial Ecology – ESM282 ________________________________________________ Supply Loops & Material Flow Analysis The deadline for this assignment is Wednesday, 27 February 2008, 10:00am . Please submit hard copies of your answers. You are encouraged to do the exercises and submit your answers in groups of up to 3 students. All the maths that are required are addition, multiplication and division. In the case of important additional questions please contact Roland Geyer via email ([email protected]). When you have completed the exercises you should Feel confident in dealing with basic quantitative supply loop issues. Have an appreciation of the principal benefits and limitations of recycling and reuse. Be able to apply the mass balance principle and calculate material flow indicators in Material Flow Analyses. I hope you enjoy this exercise and look forward to discussing the results with you!
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Copyright Bren School of Environmental Science and Management 2006 Exercise 1: Paper Recycling Recycling of paper is subject to a technical reprocessing constraint due to the fact that each time the paper goes through the re-pulping process, the average length of the paper fibers shortens. 1)
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course ESM 282 taught by Professor Geyer during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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