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North Lanarkshire Council

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… in achieving the national carbon reduction targets. This carbon management plan focuses on council projects and activities that will be delivered during 2019-2022. The success of this plan relies on the co-operation and engagement of senior managers, employees and elected members. Everyone within the organisation has a responsibility to reduce carbon emissions in their daily work activities…

… contribution to achieving the national carbon reduction targets. The council’s participation in the Scottish Governments Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategy pilot will enable us to continue to develop a response to addressing aspects of fuel poverty in order to achieve the 2040 target whilst reducing carbon emissions. North Lanarkshire Council’s organisational boundary for scoping the extent…

… 2019-2022 13 additional resources at the beginning of the new regime would be required to ensure that households had ‘clean bins’ i.e. their bins did not contain any materials that they should not. This timed amnesty approach to the domestic waste collection led to a notable increase in waste emissions (15,475 tCO2e) from the baseline. Performance against the council’s 2019 carbon reduction

… a summary of the council’s emissions. The council’s sources of stationary emissions are electricity, natural gas, gas oil, Kerosene burning oil and, the supply and treatment of water. In 2017/18, stationary emissions accounted for 63,955 tonnes of carbon. In planning its future carbon reduction projects, a significant focus will be on those that can reduce the council’s use of gas and electricity…

… agenda in Scotland has gained momentum and has witnessed an increase in policy development and activity for both domestic and non-domestic buildings. Reducing carbon emissions continues to be a key priority for the council. The Carbon Management Plan is an integral part of the Environment Strategy which brings together separate but related strategies, policies and plans to ensure a one council…


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