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Nottingham City Council

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…. 4. Waste & Water In 2018-19, 113,000 tonnes of household waste was produced by Nottingham, of which 26.5% was reused, recycled or composted, 64.5% was sent for energy recovery; and 7.0% was sent for landfill. Actions are needed to reduce the volume of all waste and eliminate it from landfill, increase the reuse and recycling of waste, and use the rest for energy. Water use must…

…: Transport 17 Chapter Two: The Built Environment 24 Chapter Three: Energy Generation 30 Chapter Four: Waste and Water 35 Chapter Five: Consumption 39 Section Two – Carbon Removal 44 Section Three – Resilience & Adaptation 47 Section Four – Ecology & Biodiversity 51 Glossary 54 Foreword /01 Foreword Nottingham City Council has responded to the climate…

… have to be in excess of 22.3% per year. This section is further broken down into five chapters for activity: Transport The Built Environment Energy Generation Waste & Water Consumption. Within each chapter, the plan identifies key objectives for achieving carbon neutrality and the steps we can take towards it. These are summarised in the action tables, which provide…

… energy intensive forms of production. /15 1. Transport 2. The Built Environment 3. Energy Generation 4. Waste & Water 5. Consumption By reducing the need for travel and adopting more sustainable modes of transport the city can reduce the emissions from vehicle fuel consumption. By improving the energy efficiency of the built environment the city can reduce electricity…

… and gas consumption in domestic and commercial buildings. Building on existing low carbon energy generation to support the transition through a new energy system which will reduce the carbon impact of the electricity consumed in our homes and businesses. Waste and water contribute to the overall emissions from businesses and households. Improving our waste and water management systems…

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