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Tunbridge Wells Borough Council

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…, with the other scopes comprising approximately 20 per cent each, being natural gas (Scope 1) and electricity (Scope 2). Such emissions patterns are typical for a council, as several services are outsourced, including the leisure and waste collection contracts. Most transport emissions shown in Chart 3.3 & 3.4 above are associated with the household recycling and waste collection service…

… Plan End March 2022 All departments / HR / finance Staff business mileage to be reviewed and identify opportunities for emission reduction and route optimisation. Identify opportunities to increase the use of bikes, public transport and walking for work journeys. Recognise the cross-over between working from home, improved IT technology to reduce travel to meetings and changes…

… consider in greater detail the likely impacts of our decision on the Council’s carbon emissions and on our aspiration to achieve net carbon neutrality by 2030, or as close to that date as possible. The intention is to mitigate negative effects and identify projects which will have positive effects. Transport: Vehicles are also a source of emissions. We will continue to work towards all…

… also include district heating and cooling. Scope 3 – Other indirect GHG Emissions, where emissions are a consequence of the activities of the Council but occur from sources not owned or controlled by them. Scope 3 is a very wide category and includes all emissions sources not included in the other two scopes, such as the leisure centre operations, the transport emissions form the vehicles…

… of carbon dioxide equivalent. The breakdown in Chart 3.1 below shows that Scope 3 emissions dominate the Council’s carbon footprint, comprising 60 per cent of total emissions. Chart 3.1: TWBC emissions by Scope Further analysis was carried out (see charts 3.2 and 3.3 below) to identify the emissions broken down by sectors including buildings, third party contractors, and transport


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