The newly announced agreement between the two firms will lead to the launch of a range of fleet solutions under the TruckServices ProFleet Connect banner. These will initially be aimed at truck fleets but will later target lighter commercial vehicles too, and will enable operators to enhance service levels, make operational cost savings, minimise carbon emissions and reduce vehicle wear and tear.
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Tata Steel - Case Study
The Business Case for Product Sustainability. Through LCA Tata Steel is able to understand the impacts and benefits across the life cycle.Using GaBi Software, Tata Steel’s sustainability team can build product models covering environmental impacts such as energy use, carbon emissions, water consumption and material usage. Life Cycle Assessment studies help Tata Steel understand how steel performs compared to other materials and assists them to identif the hot spots in the steel value chain. Additionally...
Carbon Management - Case Study
Comprehensive know-how and tools for Carbon ManagementEnhance your roadmap in Carbon Footprinting and climate-related communication.Carbon management allows your company to disclose, reduce and compensate carbon emissions, and demonstrate your commitment to a better environment. This sample of Carbon Management Case Studies includes the following companies: Alcan Packaging, Bayer, Tesco and Landis + Gyr. Please, click here to download the Case Study.
The carbon footprint of New Zealand’s built environment: Hotspot or not?
Executive Summary Energy use in buildings contributed 19% of society’s global carbon footprint in 2010, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The value quoted for New Zealand is typically around 5% (Figure 1a) and sometimes as low as 2% (considering only direct combustion of fuels). These values derive from New Zealand’s Greenhouse Gas Inventory and have been popularised in recent years by the Productivity Commission and the Royal Society, among other organisations. Taken in...
Managing livestock diets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions - Case study
Scientists in South East Asia have been measuring greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from goats and cattle in a series of research projects investigating the effects of different feeding regimes. In each case, the eructed, or belched, emissions from each animal were measured with a portable FTIR gas analyzer from Gasmet Technologies. The research papers have been published by ‘Livestock Research for Rural Development,’ a peer-reviewed international journal for research into sustainable developing world...
Shipping sector braces for emissions storm
Is the fuel oil market ready for tighter carbon and sulphur emissions rules on shipping? Tighter emissions regulations are set to cause a revolution in the shipping fuel market over the next few years, with plans now in place for carbon emissions cuts and tougher regulations on sulphur emissions increasingly likely to come into force in 2020. A compromise agreement reached by member states of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) in London on 13 April has paved the way for carbon emissions cuts of at...