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Environmental Footprinting of OrganisationsMSc thesis Industrial EcologySanne de Groot14 November 2013Imagine the result

Contact: sannedegroot@gmail.com / 06-11464559

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IntroductionIndustrial Ecology at ARCADIS

Leiden University - Institute of Environmental SciencesReinout Heijungs

TU Delft - Technology, Policy and ManagementEllen van Bueren

ArcadisNikki SpapensBianca NijhofKoen Seghers

|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 2B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationContextD. Tool

Impact indicatorenBiodiversity|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 3B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationIntroductionIncentivesImpacts ContextD. ToolLeaders for Nature is a cooperation between nature NGOs and businesses to enhance biodiversity and decrease natural capital risk.sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS20133

IncentivesBiodiversity|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 4B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationIntroductionIncentivesImpacts ContextD. ToolLeaders for Nature is a cooperation between nature NGOs and businesses to enhance biodiversity and decrease natural capital risk.sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS20134

ContextARCADIS is a member of LfN networkIncorporating biodiversityInternal actionsBusiness opportunities

Need for full range of environmental aspectsCO2,Water, Land use,Materials Multiple sectors|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 5

B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationContextD. Tool

Leaders for Nature is a cooperation between nature NGOs and businesses to enhance biodiversity and decrease natural capital risk.sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS20135

ContextARCADIS is a member of LfN networkIncorporating biodiversityInternal actionsBusiness opportunities

LfN traject the Ecological FootprintIndicatoren CO2,water, landgebruik Materiaal Multiple sectors|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 6

B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationContextD. Tool

Leaders for Nature is a cooperation between nature NGOs and businesses to enhance biodiversity and decrease natural capital risk.sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS20136

Goals

Product for the marketComponent database

Avoid missing environmental aspectsReCiPe

Existing methods Carbon Footprint

|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 72. Benefits3. Boundary1. Goals4. Methods B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationD. ToolContextRegelgeving risicos Regulatory risksProactieve acties voorkomen dat je je moet bezighouden met regelgeving als je al proactief bezig bent met env. Reductie..sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS20137

Boundary

Environmental impactsFocus on biodiversity

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Benefits

Regulatory risksStringent regulations without proactive actionsReputational risks Market and product risksCompetitive advantage and added valueCost reductionsEnergy saving, reduction in resource use, etc.Operational risksSupply chain is depending on resourcesIndirect emissions could increase costsFinancing risks|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 92. Benefits3. Boundary1. Goals4. Methods B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationD. ToolContextRegelgeving risicos Regulatory risksProactieve acties voorkomen dat je je moet bezighouden met regelgeving als je al proactief bezig bent met env. Reductie..sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS20139

Benefits

RisicosToekomstige regelgevingReputatie Markt en productGrondstoffen supply chain Investeringen

Kosten reducerenEnergiebesparing, grondstoffen reductie|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 102. Benefits3. Boundary1. Goals4. Methods B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationD. ToolContextRegelgeving risicos Regulatory risksProactieve acties voorkomen dat je je moet bezighouden met regelgeving als je al proactief bezig bent met env. Reductie..sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS201310

Methods

EFCarbon Footprint

ReCiPe Combined human toxicityLand occupation

Organisational Environmental Footprint (OEF)Location specific Acidification,Terrestrial EutrophicationWater depletionCombined resource consumption|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 11B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationD. ToolContext2. Benefits3. Boundary1. Goal4. Methods sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS201311

Component database

Generic environmental impact data of certain measures|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 12B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationD. ToolContext2. Structure3. Component database

1. Overview4. sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS201312

Scope 1in scopes 1/2/3/3+Scope 2Scope 3Impact assessment|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 13Amount input 1.422.114 kWh,NLB. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationContextD. ToolImpact assessment,NLImpact assessment,NL

Component:

EnFOrsEnvironmental Footprinting of Organisations

Geharmoniseerd met OEF-Guide van EC18 milieu indicatoren3 Niveaus: Organisatie - Locatie ProductLCA methodiek desgewenst inclusief upstream en downstream

Tijdsefficinte assessmentHotspot identificatieVergelijking met referentieBesluitvorming adhv alternatieve componenten

|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 14B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationD. ToolContextOEF guidelines will be a European standard and compatible with European directives regarding the Organisational Environmental Footprint guidelines and sector rules. Harmonised results are communicable between countries.

Components contain generic data (Ecoinvent data, sector averages or other clustered data)

Improvement possibities: vergelijking met sector gemiddelden sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS201314

EnFOrsEnvironmental Footprinting of Organisations

Covering a complete range of environmental impactsLCA approach Inclusion of upstream and downstream elements (scope 3)Decision making with impact of alternativesQuick assessment with specific and generic dataResults and interpretation Hotspot identificationDetermine focus Reference comparisonIn line with OEF-Guide from EU

18 milieu indicatoren3 Niveaus: Organisatie - Locatie ProductTijdsefficinte assessmentHotspot identificatieVergelijking met referentieBesluitvorming adhv alternatieve componenten

|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 15B. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationD. ToolContextOEF guidelines will be a European standard and compatible with European directives regarding the Organisational Environmental Footprint guidelines and sector rules. Harmonised results are communicable between countries.

Components contain generic data (Ecoinvent data, sector averages or other clustered data)

Improvement possibities: vergelijking met sector gemiddelden sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS201315

StepsDoel en afbakeningInput van bedrijfsspecifieke data (inventory)Omrekening naar impact categorien Resultaten, vergelijking met referenties|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 162. Input3. Results1. Goal and scope of study 4. Interpre-tation and reportingB. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationContextD. ToolScope can be determined by sector rules

3. Impact assessment (no results)sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS201316

StepsGoal and scope determines the boundary of studyInput of inventory amounts Assessment to impact categoriesInterpretation has optional weighting to evaluate significance of impact categories|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 172. Input3. Results1. Goal and scope of study 4. Interpre-tation and reportingB. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationContextD. ToolScope can be determined by sector rules

3. Impact assessment (no results)sdf14 oktober 2013|14 oktober 2013|ARCADIS201317

Goal and Scope|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 18ORGANISATIONLOCATION BSUPPLY CHAIN 1Niveau bepalingScoping2. Input3. Results1. Goal and scope of study 4. Interpre-tation and reportingB. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. EvaluationContextD. ToolComplete inventoryA complete inventory step focuses on the supply chain, direct impacts or downstream to detect more detailed hotspots. A complete organisational inventory assessment does have to meet data quality.

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Scope 1in scopes 1/2/3/3+Scope 2Scope 3Amount input|6 november 2013|ARCADIS2013Dia 192. Input3. Results1. Goal and scope of study 4. Interpre-tation and reportingAmount input 1.422.114 kWh,NLB. Component databaseA. Goal and scope of methodC. StepsE. Evaluation1 kWh electricity mix, nlGlobal Warming [kg CO2-eq]0,1371119Acidification [kg SO2 eq]0,0006243Freshwater eutr. [kg P to freshw.]0,000146Marine eutr. [kg N to freshwater]3,897E-05Terrestrial ecotox. [kg 1,4-DB eq]3,584E-05Freshw. ecotox. [kg 1,4-DB eq]0,002442Marine ecotox. [kg 1,4-DB eq]0,0025941Agr. Land occ. [yr*m2]0,0033208Urban land occ. [yr*m2]0,0006602Nat. land transf. [m2]2E-05Terr. eutr. [mol N eq]0,0055957Ozone depletion [kg CFC-11 eq]1,818E-08Human toxicity [kg 1,4-DB eq]0,161869Photochemical ozone f.[kg NMVOC]0,0003255Particulate matter [kg PM10 eq]0,0002336Ionising radiation [kg U235 eq]0,7104028Water depleti