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Coca-Cola Can Life Cycle Assessment

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Ivana Rizo-Patron

on 19 March 2014

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Coca-Cola Can Life Cycle Assessment
Human Health:
+Program to protect human rights of farmers
Ecosystem Quality:
-Corn syrup is cultivated from genetically modified plants

Human Health and Ecosystem Quality:
-PET production releases harmful gases:
such as sulfur and carbon dioxide.
-Decline in water quality near factories
Ecosystem Quality:
+99.5% of materials used in factories are reused.
Non Renewable Resources:
+100% recyclable materials are used in the production of Coca Cola packaging.

Ecosystem Quality:
+Free hydro fluorocarbon refrigerators to store Coke's.
+Energy efficient coolers
Non-renewable resources:
-Fossil fuels are used in trucks that distribute the Coca-Cola cans.

Human Health:
-Coke's acidity is bad for teeth.
-Corn syrup has been linked to obesity and diabetes
-Coke produces a chemical which is cancerous according to California law.
Ecosystem Quality:
-Indian farmers use Coke as a pesticide

Coca Cola Foundation
>Live Better
>Live Positively
From 2002 to 2010, $690 million dollars were donated
>1% of all profits are donated for community projects.
Ecosystem Quality:
+The aluminum can completely recyclable
+Coca Cola's goal: recover 50% of the cans per year by 2015.
Climate Change:
+By recycling cans, less aluminum is produced and less are burned, meaning less carbon dioxide.
By Emma Cornelius, Ivana Rizo-Patron and Jonathon Waddell
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