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TripleLink will 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  commercial software packages: 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.

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The Université de Bordeaux, who is the coordinator of TripleLink, is ranked among the top French universities for the quality of its education and research. A multidisciplinary, research-focused, international institution, which leads an ambitious development program with its partners to further promote Bordeaux as a “Campus of Excellence”.

Based at the University of Bordeaux in the Institute of Molecular Sciences (ISM) is the CyVi Group, an interdisciplinary group of scientists working on research methods of and applications to sustainable chemistry and life cycle assessment. ISM is a Joint Research Unit between CNRS, Université de Bordeaux and Bordeaux INP.

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