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Falkirk Council

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… footprint for 2013/14 onwards will be significantly higher than emissions reported publicly in previous years. The new plan’s scope can be outlined as follows: Buildings Electricity, gas, oil, renewable energy generation and water consumption in Council operational buildings. Transport Council fleet travel, staff travel in Council owned vehicles, in their own vehicles and by public

… difference to the greenhouse gases that are released. Water related emissions will also be included for the first time – both supply and disposal. Staff travel data is limited at present to mileage claims, however, it is hoped that this can be extended over the lifetime of the plan to include public transport and flights. Please note that extending the scope of the plan, means that the carbon…

…. It is likely that energy use was under estimated in previous years due to data quality. 4.2 FLEET VEHICLE USE Fleet vehicles are an essential part of the Council’s transport system and vital to successful business operations. Fleet operators are under growing pressure from rising fuel costs, congestion and the need to reduce environmental impacts. Fleet use is a complex picture, reflecting…

… with low CO2 emissions (C)  Rationalise and lower overall fleet size (M)  Promote telematics to ensure maximum fleet utilisation (M & B)  Promote safe, economic & environmentally-friendly driver training (B) 5.3 STAFF TRAVEL  Greater use of low carbon pool vehicles (B)  Public transport promotion (B)  Strengthen the electric vehicle charging network throughout the area…

… are anticipated over the lifetime of this plan, they are yet to be confirmed. As a result, the tone of this CMP is cautious and conservative. 1.3 BUSINESS AS USUAL IS NOT AN OPTION The blue line in the graph below shows that if current patterns relating to energy, transport, water and waste continue, then the associated annual costs would increase from £17.4m to £21.4m over the lifetime of the plan…

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