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Balanced Objects



The project's primary goal is to create a comprehensive method for assessing the holistic impact on health, environment, society, and economy. This approach aims to facilitate the shift towards safer and more sustainable industrial value chains, enhancing consumer confidence. The integrated method will be developed, put into action, and verified through three distinct applications within the PVC value chain. To achieve this, the project integrates 3 innovations with new characteristics:

1. INNOVATION #1:  the integrated approach for impact assessment of safe and sustainable chemicals and materials


The project aims to investigate the complex interactions between health, environmental, economic and social factors, creating a solid and integrated approach. This includes the development of a comprehensive methodology for multi-criteria decision-making analysis:  the Digital Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Support (DMDMS) tool. By actively encouraging operationalisation and validation in collaboration with industry partners, ANALYST aims to establish a standardised integrated approach, to contribute to the Safe and Sustainable by Design  framework, and to impact several Sustainable Development Goals.

2. INNOVATION #2 :  for a trustful, comprehensive, and cooperative digital environment

The second innovation promotes, strives to foster collaboration and innovation within the stakeholder community by creating a trusted, inclusive and cooperative digital environment. An Open Access platform will be developed: it will integrate the DMDMS tool and will contain the complete methodology for impact assessment on the four dimensions. The platform is designed to create a reliable and cooperative environment.

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3. INNOVATION #3: for a deeper, more effective, and long-term partnership with the stakeholder 

ANALYST's third innovation  aims to establish a deeper, more efficient and lasting partnership with the stakeholder community, which includes academia, industry, public authorities and NGOs. In order to actively involve key stakeholders, the project implements a three-council structure that serves as a crucial link to the representative ecosystems:

  1. Advisory Board (AB): Ensures that the development of the first innovation draws on the latest state-of-the-art (SoA) obtained from recently completed and ongoing EU projects.

  2. Stakeholder Board (SB): it consists of 10 members and brings together over 50 community stakeholders.

  3. Industry Replicability Board (IRB): this board composed by companies will replicates project results to other industries.

In addition, training actions are planned for the IRB and ANALYST industry partners. This campaign will provide realistic use cases for the implementation of the ANALYST approach aligned with the SSbD framework. 

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