Who's Who in Environmental Science
Since 1990, Dr. Fredy Dinkel has been with the firm Carbotech as an environmental consultant, and today he is co-owner and Chairman of the Board. In particular, he is an expert in the assessment of sustainability and eco-efficiency by means of LCA, material flow, risk and system analyses.
- Royal Scientific Society, lecturer, 2008-10
- SANU, teacher, 2001-2110
- LCA Community
- Swiss Association of Environmental Professionals (SVU)
- Registered Environmental Auditor (EARA, GB)
- Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC)
- Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA)
- Physikstudium Dr. sc. nat. an der ETH in Zürich, Dissertation in Polymerphysik
- Conference Paper: Global Impacts and Local Limits of Ecosystems - Combining Fuzzy Logic with LCA
- Book: Einfluss biogener Öle aud die Ökobilanz von Strassenbaubindemittel Influence of biogenic oils on the environmental impact of bituminous binders for road construction
- Conference Paper: LCA of advanced wastewater treatment to remove micropollutants
- Technical Report: Ökobilanz KS Verwertung in DE Vergleich stoffliches Recycling mit thermischer Verwertung in einer MVA oder Zementwerk
- Presentation: Implementation of recycling systems: The delusive role of LCA
- Book: Ökobilanz Getränkeverpackungen
- Conference Paper: Ecological evaluation of biofuels in Switzerland
- Technical Report: LCA von Kunststoffrecycling - Verwertungsvarianten im Vergleich
environmental science, sustainable development, Life Cycle Assessment
PhD. sc. nat, physics, polymer physics
Carbotech AG (Basel, Switzerland), head of department and director of the board, 1990 - present
University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland FHNW, Senior Lecturer, 1994- present
Dr. Dinkel leads projects at home in Switzerland, and abroad, for industry, government and environmental organizations. Within this field, he develops bases for decision-making, process optimization, operational budgets and environmental communication.
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