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|Title:||Towards a sustainability model for olive sector in Palestine||Authors:||Abu Hanieh, Ahmed
|Keywords:||Olive - Palestine;Olive oil - Palestine;Olive oil industries - Palestine;Sustainable agriculture - Palestine||Issue Date:||Oct-2019||Publisher:||Elsevier||Conference:||Sustainable Manufacturing ( 17th : 2019 : Shanghai, China)||Abstract:||This paper aim is to present a sustainability model for the olive sector in Palestine. Based on a Life Cycle Analysis, the entire sector processes are accomplished in three main stages: cultivation, oil extraction, and oil treatment. The main inputs for these three stages are energy, water, labor, and machines with different percentages for each stage. The value creation index can be defined as the ratio between the revenues and the costs. Value creation index is calculated for each stage of the olive sector and the results showed that the total value creation for the sector is greater than two.||Description:||A paper submitted to the 17th Global Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing, held in Shanghai, China on October 9-11, 2019.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/6362|
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