Life Cycle Analysis of Big Mac
Life Cycle Analysis
Environmental Impact Assessment Matrix
| |Pre-production |Production |Distribution |Utilisation |Disposal | | | | | | |Water used to flush the toilet | |Water Relevance |Consumption of 1381.3 litres of |No significant consumption of |No significant impact | |Water used to recycle the paper | | |water per burger |water | | | | | |Possible impact of using | | | | | |Soil Pollution |fertilizers and pesticides, |No significant soil pollution |No significant soil pollution | |Pollution if the packaging ends on| | |Overconsumption of soils leads to | | | |landfill | | |loss of soil fertility | | | | | |Air Contamination | | | | | | | |Pollution from tractors |Significant air pollution, effort |Air contamination caused by the | |No significant air contamination | | |Methane is produced by cattle |to reduce it |using of transport | | | | |farming | | | | | | | |No evidence of direct noise caused| | | | |Noise |Noise produced from tractor |by production |No significant noise | |No noise | |Energy Consumption | |Significant efforts to reduce the | | | | | |20 mega joules per one Big Mac |energy consumption |Energy consumed by transportation | |Energy produced to recycle paper | | | | |of goods | | | |Consumption of Natural Resources | | | | | | | |0.5773 gallons...
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