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Technical Advisory Group

The Technical Advisory Group (TAG) consists of LCA and EPD experts working in Australia and New Zealand who are responsible for the following:

  • acting as the PCR review panel for considering and approving PCR proposals according to the requirements on PCRs in the General Programme Instructions,
  • suggesting measures for further development of technical and LCA-oriented issues within the framework of the Programme,
  • supporting the Secretariat in technical issues,
  • considering applications and appointing LCA/PCR experts to act as external verifiers and suggest measures for the surveillance of their competences,
  • performing sample checks that verifications done by individual verifiers are carried out according to the requirements in the General Programme instructions and the Australasian EPD Regional Annex,
  • producing  technical guidance notes on regionally specific topics for information and/or clarification,
  • undertaking technical reviews as required.

The TAG operates according to their Terms of Reference.

TAG Members

Andrew Moore, Chair
Principal Sustainability Scientist at Life Cycle Logic

Jonas Bengtsson, Vice-Chair
CEO and Co-founder, Edge Environment and current ALCAS President

Barbara Nebel 
Managing Director and Co-owner, thinkstep Australasia and current LCANZ President

Tim Grant 
Director, Lifecycle Strategies Pty Ltd

David Dowdell 
Principle Sustainability Scientist, BRANZ

Rob Rouwette 
Director, start2see Pty Ltd

Kimberly Robertson
Consultant, Catalyst Ltd.

Kristian Jelse
Programme Manager, International EPD® System

For questions to the TAG contact the Secretariat.

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