The four datasets which have been uploaded are Exilva Forte and Exilva Piano, both as 2% dispersion and 10% paste.
The data are published in the Life Cycle Data Network (LCDN) database and in the Global LCA data network (GLAD) database. LCDN acts as a network of independent nodes, and was launched by EC Joint Research Centre to facilitate sharing E-LCA data between research institutes, consultants and the industry. This system has strict quality requirements for registered datasets. The GLAD system is a Life Cycle Initiative of the United Nation Environment Programme.
Ostfold Research is committed to publish more of its E-LCA datasets and has, together with the University of Life Sciences (NMBU), established the NorEnviro centre. The centre has taken the initiative to establish a national infrastructure for the management and dissemination of environmental and resource documentation. As a part of the acitivties of the NorEnviro centre, a node has been established and connected to both LCDN and GLAD. The four Exilva MFC datasets have been uploaded in that node.