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I worked with the PEF secondary database that was previously available in Nexus. I investigated the emission values for glass container manufacturing and found that the between emission values of diffrent types of glass (virgin, 50%, 80% cullet rate) only in the Climat change and Climat change - fossil and Abiotic depletion of fossil fuel categories was a small difference. This is inconsistent with the fact that a bottle with larger recycled glass (cullet) content should also appear difference to be in the Abiotic resource depletion of minerals.
What could be the reason for this?

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This could have something to do with the Circular Footprint Formula used in PEF. Here, using recycled content and producing recycling material after EoL is calculated within a holistic approach to the circular economy.

Btw, where could one find this PEF secondary database? It's not in Nexus (anymore)