About TurCoMDat

TurComDat is life cycle assessment database for Turkish construction materials. The data sets follow the international standards and norms and formatted to be used in building environmental performance assessment. It is developed to address the need for measurability of environmental performance of buildings. Every data set includes 24 environmental impacts from carbon to energy at each life cycle stage of the product. Majority of the data sets are independently third party verified by international experts and the rest is by the Academic Committee of SÜRATAM.

TurCoMDat with Numbers

TurCoMDat contains environmental performance of construction products for their functionality in a building context. It includes internationally verified 24 environmental indicators such as climate change, acidification, eutrophication and so on.

Each of the 24 environmental indicators are provided at each life cycle stage of the product from raw materials to production and use phase to disposal, totalling 17. In a technical terms, TurCoMDat contains data in a 3-dimensional matrix; number of products, life cycle stage and environmental indicators.

TurCoMDat currently includes products from 25 major producers in Turkey representing 13 sub-sectors in construction materials. Both the number of companies and products is increasing by the day. Generic datasets for each product representing manufacturing in Turkey is also available.

What is TurCoMDat





Construction Materials


Environmental Indicators

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TurCoMDat provides opportunity to access LCA credits in the world’s leading green building certification systems such as LEED, BREEAM, DGNB.

Download further information on TurCoMDat

For further information on TurCoMDat Database, please download the brochure below (currently in Turkish only). For further information and for information in other languages, please contact us

TurCoMDat contains materials with EPD information as well. EPD Booklet prepared by EDP Turkey can be a useful source of information (currently in Turkish only).