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Life Cycle Assessment or LCA is a system for assessing how the various stages of a product (service) impact the environment. As it includes all the stages right from the beginning to the very end, it is often called as cradle-to-grave analysis. The other names given to this technique include - life-cycle analysis and eco-balance analysis. Some of the stages comprise of extraction of the raw material via materials processing approach, manufacturing, distribution, its usage by the customers or clients, repair and maintenance, and finally its dumping or recycling. This method works great in overcoming the neglecting attitude towards the issues of environmental concerns. The basic steps that it involves are - compilation of the inventory related to all the relevant inputs and outputs; evaluation of all possible environmental impacts as a result of those inputs and outputs; and finally the interpretation of the results of the inventory as well as the possible impacts in order to take more appropriate decision.