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Environmental status of plant-based industries. Biomass and bio-materials; Bilan environnemental des filieres vegetales. Biomasse et biomateriaux

Abstract

The French agency of environment and energy mastery (Ademe) and the agency of Agriculture for chemistry and energy (Agrice) have jointly organized these technical days about the potentialities of plant-based products in front of the big environmental stakes of the diversification of energy sources, the development of new outputs for agriculture and the opening of new fields of industrial innovation. This document gathers the articles and transparencies of the presentations given during these 2 days of conference: 1 - Biomass and life cycle analysis (LCA) - impacts and benefits: introduction to LCA (E. Vindimian), keys to understand this environmental evaluation tool (N. Boeglin); environmental status of plant-based industries for chemistry, materials and energy: LCA knowledge status, plant versus fossil (G. Houillon), detailed analysis of 2 industries: agro-materials and bio-polymers (J. Payet); example of environmental and LCA studies: energy and greenhouse gas statuses of the biofuel production processes (P. Osset, E. Vial), LCA of collective and industrial wood-fueled space heating (Y. Leguern), contribution and limitations of LCA for plant-based industries (G. Gosse, B. Gabrielle), conclusion of the first day (M. Dohy). 2 - Biomass and materials: a reality: biomaterials in the Agrice program (H. Bewa), plant-derived materials: resources, status and perspectives  More>>
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2005
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
ETDE-FR-20802683
Reference Number:
RN07000030; TVI: 0610
Resource Relation:
Conference: Technical days: environmental status of plant-based industries: June 1, 2005. Biomass and bio-materials: June 2, 2005, Journees techniques: bilan environnemental des filieres vegetales: le 1. juin 2005. Biomasse et biomateriaux: le 2. juin 2005, Paris (France), 1-2 Jun 2005
Subject:
09 BIOMASS FUELS; 36 MATERIALS SCIENCE; BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS; WOOD FUELS; SYNTHETIC FUELS; LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT; ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS; ORGANIC POLYMERS; RESOURCE ASSESSMENT; BIODEGRADATION; AGRICULTURE; STANDARDIZATION; MARKET; FIBERS; COMPOSITE MATERIALS
OSTI ID:
20802683
Research Organizations:
Agence de l'Environnement et de la Maitrise de l'Energie (ADEME), 75 - Paris (France)
Country of Origin:
France
Language:
French
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: FR0600673
Availability:
Commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE20802683
Submitting Site:
FR
Size:
408 pages
Announcement Date:
Dec 20, 2006

Citation Formats

Vindimian, E, Boeglin, N, Houillon, G, Osset, Ph, Vial, E, Leguern, Y, Gosse, G, Gabrielle, B, Dohy, M, Bewa, H, Rigal, L, Guilbert, St, Cesar, G, Pandard, P, Oster, D, Normand, N, Piccardi, M, Garoux, V, Arnaud, L, Barbier, J, Mougin, G, Krausz, P, Pluquet, V, Massacrier, L, and Dussaud, J. Environmental status of plant-based industries. Biomass and bio-materials; Bilan environnemental des filieres vegetales. Biomasse et biomateriaux. France: N. p., 2005. Web.
Vindimian, E, Boeglin, N, Houillon, G, Osset, Ph, Vial, E, Leguern, Y, Gosse, G, Gabrielle, B, Dohy, M, Bewa, H, Rigal, L, Guilbert, St, Cesar, G, Pandard, P, Oster, D, Normand, N, Piccardi, M, Garoux, V, Arnaud, L, Barbier, J, Mougin, G, Krausz, P, Pluquet, V, Massacrier, L, & Dussaud, J. Environmental status of plant-based industries. Biomass and bio-materials; Bilan environnemental des filieres vegetales. Biomasse et biomateriaux. France.
Vindimian, E, Boeglin, N, Houillon, G, Osset, Ph, Vial, E, Leguern, Y, Gosse, G, Gabrielle, B, Dohy, M, Bewa, H, Rigal, L, Guilbert, St, Cesar, G, Pandard, P, Oster, D, Normand, N, Piccardi, M, Garoux, V, Arnaud, L, Barbier, J, Mougin, G, Krausz, P, Pluquet, V, Massacrier, L, and Dussaud, J. 2005. "Environmental status of plant-based industries. Biomass and bio-materials; Bilan environnemental des filieres vegetales. Biomasse et biomateriaux." France.
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title = {Environmental status of plant-based industries. Biomass and bio-materials; Bilan environnemental des filieres vegetales. Biomasse et biomateriaux}
author = {Vindimian, E, Boeglin, N, Houillon, G, Osset, Ph, Vial, E, Leguern, Y, Gosse, G, Gabrielle, B, Dohy, M, Bewa, H, Rigal, L, Guilbert, St, Cesar, G, Pandard, P, Oster, D, Normand, N, Piccardi, M, Garoux, V, Arnaud, L, Barbier, J, Mougin, G, Krausz, P, Pluquet, V, Massacrier, L, and Dussaud, J}
abstractNote = {The French agency of environment and energy mastery (Ademe) and the agency of Agriculture for chemistry and energy (Agrice) have jointly organized these technical days about the potentialities of plant-based products in front of the big environmental stakes of the diversification of energy sources, the development of new outputs for agriculture and the opening of new fields of industrial innovation. This document gathers the articles and transparencies of the presentations given during these 2 days of conference: 1 - Biomass and life cycle analysis (LCA) - impacts and benefits: introduction to LCA (E. Vindimian), keys to understand this environmental evaluation tool (N. Boeglin); environmental status of plant-based industries for chemistry, materials and energy: LCA knowledge status, plant versus fossil (G. Houillon), detailed analysis of 2 industries: agro-materials and bio-polymers (J. Payet); example of environmental and LCA studies: energy and greenhouse gas statuses of the biofuel production processes (P. Osset, E. Vial), LCA of collective and industrial wood-fueled space heating (Y. Leguern), contribution and limitations of LCA for plant-based industries (G. Gosse, B. Gabrielle), conclusion of the first day (M. Dohy). 2 - Biomass and materials: a reality: biomaterials in the Agrice program (H. Bewa), plant-derived materials: resources, status and perspectives (L. Rigal); biopolymers: overview of the industrial use of biopolymers: materials and markets, applications (S. Guibert), degradation mechanisms of biopolymers used in agriculture: biodegradability, eco-toxicity and accumulation in soils (G. Cesar, P. Pandard), present and future regulatory framework: specifications and methods of biodegradability evaluation of materials for agriculture and horticulture (D. Oster), standardization: necessity and possibilities (N. Normand); vegetable fibers and composite materials: market of new vegetable fiber uses (M. Piccardi, V. Garoux), vegetable particulates and fibers in building industry: technical advantages beyond the ecological challenge; examples of new French products and materials: greasing of vegetable fibers for improved composite materials (J. Barbier), mixed vegetable fiber/polymer resins or biopolymers (G. Mougin), wood saw-dust-based polymer material (P. Krausz), full maize plant-based material (V. Pluquet); testimonies: biodegradable agricultural mulching (L. Massacrier), mini-protection greenhouses for young plants (J. Dussaud), conclusion of the second day (M. Dohy). (J.S.)}
place = {France}
year = {2005}
month = {Jul}
}