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East Lindsey District Council

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… to reduce carbon emissions to limit further global warming and associated environmental impacts. Global initiatives are now focused on limiting warming to well below 2oC, aligning to the pledges outlined in the Paris Agreement. Despite this, warming continues, with the impacts being felt both nationally and internationally. Across the UK, continued warming is projected to make winters warmer…

…. Waste emissions (4 tCO2e) • The carbon reduction target set by the Council contains all of the stated emission categories here, including selected scope 3 emissions (business travel, waste and commuting) from sources outside of the Council’s direct operational control. • These Scope 3 emissions make up 22% of the total footprint. The Council will therefore have to integrate carbon management

… Council has set a target of reducing its carbon emissions to net zero by 2040, with a minimum emissions reduction of 45% by 2027. This target covers a range of emissions sources that are under both direct and indirect control of the Council (Table 1). The ambition of East Lindsey District Council’s carbon reduction target demonstrates the Council’s intention to act against the causes and impacts…

… opportunity for ELDC to lock in significant and permanent carbon savings, therefore, ensuring that the building is designed to be as low carbon as possible is vitally important in ELDC’s journey towards net-zero. Any increase in capital costs as a result of lower carbon design will be recouped in lifetime operational costs and avoided emissions. Achieving optimal low/zero carbon performance in a new…

… of the gas-fired space heating systems within Council offices and Council-operated leisure facilities represents a significant carbon reduction opportunity. While replacing (in some cases) relatively efficient gas-fired heating systems with air source heat pumps (ASHPs) is not expected to result in significant energy or cost savings, this could potentially reduce ELDC’s carbon footprint by ~9%. ASHPs can…


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