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Liverpool City Council

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facility in Teesside which incinerates the waste, to recover energy, but which also results in the release of GHGs. This is the single largest source of emissions from waste. To meet net zero goals, the primary challenge is to stop materials with high carbon content from being incinerated. This means reducing the amount of this type of waste generated where possible and creating effective recycling…

… measures Replacement of existing heating systems with air- source heat pumps Building retrofit Bus Rapid Transit and electric rail integration Upgrades to bus and rail services Connection to zero carbon heat distribution networks Nationally significant renewable projects Electrification of vehicles and public transport Waste prevention measures Reduce plastic waste and Improve…

… fuels) Electrify journeys that are still reliant on vehicles Insulation of 170,000 buildings in the city to enable use of lower intensity heat Buildings Decarbonise heating of buildings (both domestic and commercial) Connection of 70,000 buildings to heat networks where waste heat or new heat can be efficiently supplied Installation of 203,000 individual heat pump systems Reducing

waste Waste prevention measures such as awareness that is generated campaigns Provision of collection services for waste types such Waste as food wasteIncreasing the amount of waste that is recycled Make it easier and simpler for residents to provide waste so it is easy to collect for recycling | 7 The Liverpool NZC30 Plan APPROACH This work has analysed Liverpool’s GHG Protocol Scope 1…

… to be moved to active travel, shared mobility and public transport, with those remaining in vehicles moved to electric or other non-fossil fuelled vehicles. The analysis focused on on road transport as this can be controlled at the local level. WASTE In this work a key focus for waste was emissions from incinerators. Liverpool’s household waste that is not recycled is sent to an energy- from-waste


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