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Portsmouth City Council

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… of materials and reduce waste. } Supporting and enabling lower carbon waste management infrastructure. } Use of our regulatory and permitting powers to support a more circular economy in Portsmouth. Increase resilience through: } Understanding the climate change risks to our waste service industry and availability of quality and affordable products. } Building resilience into our waste

… renewable energy sources. } Enhanced PCC planning requirements for low carbon and carbon neutral development for new developments and existing build enhancements, that also support low carbon travel and transport. } Promoting measures to reduce water usage and water waste. } Promoting measures to increase re-use or recycling of building materials and reduce waste. Increase resilience through…

… Training Hub. CITY Decarbonisation through waste and consumption reduction } Introduction of a city-wide food waste and used battery collection service. } Food waste is recycled through anaerobic digestion. } Diesel-powered waste collection fleet switched to HVO biofuel, reducing carbon emissions by 90%, harmful particulate matter by 85%, and nitrogen oxides by 30% (another harmful GHG…

… } Facilities and building fuel combustion } Vehicle fuel combustion } Fugitive gasses SCOPE 2 Indirect emissions From: energy purchase } Purchased electricity } Purchased steam } Purchased heating } Purchased cooling SCOPE 3 All other indirect emissions From: third parties } Upstream activities such as purchased goods and services } Downstream activities such as third-party waste treatment…

…), humans have been emitting too many GHGs into our atmosphere, causing global warming and the climate to change. The sources of these GHGs are from burning fossil fuels, industrial activity, agricultural and waste practices, and through damaging natural habitats that naturally store carbon. So far, this has resulted in a 1°C increase in average global temperatures since 1880. Temperatures…


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