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Epping Forest District Council

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… calculation of carbon emissions for a range of activities. To calculate the District’s carbon footprint, we have used our own data multiplied by the BEIS emission factors for that activity to give the kilograms of carbon dioxide equivalent emitted. This is divided by 1000 to convert to tonnes. An example for energy use is: (Energy (kWh) x emissions factor) / 1000 = tonnes of carbon dioxide…

… emissions The total emissions from Council controlled (Scopes 1 and 2) sources is 2,067 tCO2e, this is equivalent to 250 homes’ energy use for one year or 5.4 million miles driven by an average passenger vehicle. The overall total including Scope 3 emissions is to be confirmed following further investigation. The scope of the Council’s operations is to include Qualis as a wholly owned subsidiary…

… % of staff using sustainable transport for their commute XX% (2018 Staff Travel Survey) TBC 15 District Wide Actions Behaviour Change and Engagement To become a carbon neutral District by 2030 changes to the way that we go about our daily lives will be needed to reduce emissions particularly from transport and energy use. The Council are unable to directly influence most emissions…

… to people’s health. Poor air quality (including as a result of particulate matter) arises from sources and activities including; vehicle emissions (including particulate matter from engines, brake pads and tyres), industrial processes, domestic and commercial gas and use of other fossil fuels, energy generation, agriculture, non-road mobile machinery, rail and construction activities to name a few. Air…


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