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Tunbridge Wells Borough Council

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… a significant contribution and there will be some differences in the reporting between the two audits. The Council’s carbon footprint was calculated and broken down in a variety of ways to quantify and analyse the different types of emissions sources. Scope 1, 2 and 3: A carbon footprint is divided into three different categories (scopes) of emissions: Scope 1 – Direct GHG (Greenhouse Gas

… inc. digital guidance. Promote green champions. Contribute towards achieving continual improvement in energy management, reducing carbon emissions, energy and water spend and gaining wider Council engagement and ownership in ways of reducing energy and water consumption across the Council’s estate. 9 Adopt the Kent and Medway Energy and Low Emission Strategy (ELES) By October…

… of publication – 31 March 2021 Carbon Footprint The carbon footprint provides a record of TWBC greenhouse gas emissions in the 12-month period covering April 2018 to March 2019, by assessing the 2018/19 data sets held by the authority. The Council’s total carbon emissions for 2018/19 were (3,473.4 tonnes of CO2 e). equivalent (tCO2e) This represents a 43 per cent reduction from 2013/14 when…

… the last assessment reported total emissions of 6,046 tCO2e. In this period the Council took steps to improve energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy including installing solar PV on the tennis centre roof of the St John’s sports centre, lighting changes, and other building improvements. The reduction in carbon emissions associated with national electricity generation has made…

… total. The waste collection and leisure contracts make up over half of total emissions, each accounting for just over a quarter. Other emissions, as shown in chart 3.4 above, contribute only 7 per cent to the total footprint. This is made up mainly of the ground’s maintenance contract, grey fleet, oil use and, to a lesser extent, owned vehicles. The Council’s own vehicle fleet…


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