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East Cambridgeshire District Council

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…, domestic homes, transport, agriculture, waste and land use. However, there is no simple 100% accurate way of calculating a carbon footprint, as it relies on a number of assumptions. The Government Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) annually publishes detailed local authority level CO2 emissions data. Unfortunately, this does not provide data on the other recognised…

…. Of purchased materials, for example, paper is likely to be an early candidate for bringing ‘in scope’, due to reliable data for the carbon impact of paper use becoming available. Data Collection The energy data used to calculate the baseline was gathered from different sources, for example invoices received by the Council, annual energy statements from utility providers and property services. Work…

… of this Plan. The largest single contributing area is a consequence of the Council’s ‘fleet vehicles’ (i.e. the vehicles it uses for waste collection, maintaining our parks and open spaces, general maintenance of our properties and land, and any lease vehicles; it also includes what is known as ‘well to tank’, that being the emissions arising from the production and distribution of fuel before…


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