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if I am given the inputs, energy needed, and how much waste and CO2 comes from it,

is there an equation to calculate

ozone layer depletion, smog, acidification, human toxication, eutrophication, biotic resource depletion?

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If we have any energy then how much waste (CO2) released is depends on how much energy we input. If more energy is input then more waste is generated if less energy is input then less waste is generated.

Yes, different equation is available for different chemical process are available :-

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