The energy, water, and waste model uses data from your organizations’ utility and resource usage. Responsible utility usage is critical in preserving resources through energy efficiency, water conservation practices, proper waste management, and limiting greenhouse gas emissions. Insights can help drive down your company's impact on the environment and also identify areas for cost-savings and efficiency.
Data Points to Consider
Sources and amounts of energy consumed.
Energy efficiency initiatives, such as lighting upgrades, energy-efficient appliances, etc.
Renewable energy usage and alignment with emissions reduction targets.
Amount and sources of water consumed.
Water conservation measures, such as recycling water, using water-efficient appliances, etc.
Impact on local water supplies and compliance with regional water regulations.
Types, amounts, and disposal methods of waste generated.
Recycling and waste reduction initiatives.
Compliance with waste disposal regulations and alignment with circular economy principles.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions:
Measurement and monitoring of direct and indirect emissions.
Emission reduction goals, strategies, and progress.
Alignment with international agreements and regional regulations.
Costs associated with energy, water, and waste management.
Savings achieved through efficiency and conservation initiatives.
Data in Context
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