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Flintshire County Council

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… Flintshire County Council’s Carbon Footprint 5.1 Flintshire County Council has, over a number of years, committed to the reduction of carbon emissions through proactive carbon reduction strategies. During this period, approximately 60% of the Council’s carbon emissions from energy sources have been reduced through proactive programmes including conversion of street lighting to LED, utilising energy…

… are: - Buildings owned and operated by the Council including offices, depots, schools, community centres, care homes, public conveniences and street lighting. This includes heating, electricity and water use within these facilities. - Fleet vehicles owned by the Council, - Business travel for work, - Employee commuting, - Procurement of goods and services. 6.2 The scope excludes: - Domestic properties…

…; treatment Business travel - car Business travel - rail Supply chain Fleet Employee commuting Figure 2: Flintshire County Council GHG emissions for 2018/19 baseline by emission source Baseline 6.11 Emissions reductions in 2020/21 were made across most sources but most significantly within mobility and travel, electricity in buildings and electricity in street lighting. The former…

… are the result of changes in work pattern due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. The latter is a result of change of use and investment in energy efficiency measures in buildings and the recent conversion of street lighting to low energy LEDs. Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Flintshire County Council by emission source 12 C l i m a t e C h a n g e S t r a t e g y 50,000 45,000 40,000 35,000…

… from direct burning of fossil fuels for heat, electricity and water use in buildings and energy used to power street lights. Since 2009 a number of programmes have been completed to reduce these emissions from our offices, schools, leisure centres and care facilities. However to achieve carbon neutrality we need to reduce the emissions even further while also considering the impacts of buildings…

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