Environmental Action from The Volkswagen GroupThe benefit of supply chain managementAndrew Bannister, UK Head of Environme...
Who are we?• Audi• SEAT• Skoda• Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles• Volkswagen Passenger Cars• Bentley• MAN• Scania• Lamborghi...
Our Global Scale
Our Global ScaleBrazilMexicoArgentinaSouth AfricaSpainPortugalEmdenSHEERNESSGRIMSBYTYNE
Our environmental impact – Vehicle LogisticsContribution toCO2 emissions= 22,700 tonnesOver 108,000 bath nightsThis would ...
Our environmental impact – UK Logistics Including PartsRoad fuel =2.7 million litresor£3.5 millionContribution to CO2emiss...
At fuel consumption of 40mpg, consumes 125,000 gallons, 562,500 litres or £730,000Our environmental impactFive million veh...
Our environmental impact – Total Electricity Use13 million KWhWould power1386 averagefamily homesfor a year
Our environmental impact – Total Gas Usage4.2 million KWh Enough for agood Fridaynight in 100chip shops
Our environmental impact – Total Fuel Use20 Million LitresWould total150,000,000kmin this Audi A5Enough to drive to the Sun
Our environmental impact – Total CO2 EmissionsWould fill40,000 Hot AirBalloons200,000 Tonnes
Go-ahead for fundamental ecological restructuring - VolkswagenGroup commits to 120g CO2 targetENVIRONMENT• Ambitious new s...
Environmental LeadershipFirst amongst our peers, in the vanguard of UK industryPlan – Communicate – Embed – Deliver – Repo...
Group Services Initiatives Strategy FitVehicle Operations Telematics fitted to logistics haulage fleet reduces carbon emis...
Why did theydo that for us?
Andrew Bannister, Head of Environmental Management at VW UK - Interaction with supply chain to drive environmental efficie...
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Andrew Bannister, Head of Environmental Management at VW UK spoke at the FM & Property Event April 2013

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  • 1 Person for 16,000 days = Wednesday, 10 March 2055
  • Calor Gas container
  • 20,000,000 Litres
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    1. 1. Environmental Action from The Volkswagen GroupThe benefit of supply chain managementAndrew Bannister, UK Head of Environmental Management
    2. 2. Who are we?• Audi• SEAT• Skoda• Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles• Volkswagen Passenger Cars• Bentley• MAN• Scania• Lamborghini• Bugatti• Ducati• Volkswagen Financial Services
    3. 3. Our Global Scale
    4. 4. Our Global ScaleBrazilMexicoArgentinaSouth AfricaSpainPortugalEmdenSHEERNESSGRIMSBYTYNE
    5. 5. Our environmental impact – Vehicle LogisticsContribution toCO2 emissions= 22,700 tonnesOver 108,000 bath nightsThis would last you 300 yearsRoad fuel = 8.7 million litres or £11.4 million
    6. 6. Our environmental impact – UK Logistics Including PartsRoad fuel =2.7 million litresor£3.5 millionContribution to CO2emissions 7,000tonnesEnough to overfill anOlympic Sized Swimming Pool!
    7. 7. At fuel consumption of 40mpg, consumes 125,000 gallons, 562,500 litres or £730,000Our environmental impactFive million vehicle miles per year onbusinessAt average speed of 40mph, equates to 16,000 person-daysor £3.5 million10 return trips to themoon
    8. 8. Our environmental impact – Total Electricity Use13 million KWhWould power1386 averagefamily homesfor a year
    9. 9. Our environmental impact – Total Gas Usage4.2 million KWh Enough for agood Fridaynight in 100chip shops
    10. 10. Our environmental impact – Total Fuel Use20 Million LitresWould total150,000,000kmin this Audi A5Enough to drive to the Sun
    11. 11. Our environmental impact – Total CO2 EmissionsWould fill40,000 Hot AirBalloons200,000 Tonnes
    12. 12. Go-ahead for fundamental ecological restructuring - VolkswagenGroup commits to 120g CO2 targetENVIRONMENT• Ambitious new sustainability targets• 30 % reduction in CO2 emissions during period from 2006 to 2015• Emissions below 120 gram CO2/km mark for first time in 2015• More than two thirds of €62.4 billion investment program for the period to 2016 to be spent on evermore efficient vehicles, powertrains and technologies as well as environmentally compatibleproduction• Every new model generation will on average be 10 to 15 % more efficient than its predecessor• Group production to become 25 % more environmentally compatible by 2018• 40 % reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from production-related energy supplies by 2020• Some €600 million to be invested in expanding renewable energies such as wind, solar and hydro
    13. 13. Environmental LeadershipFirst amongst our peers, in the vanguard of UK industryPlan – Communicate – Embed – Deliver – ReportMaterial Resources Waste Air Quality WaterCarbonReduce intensityby 25% by 2018c/w 2010Use -20% by2018Avoid pollutionProtect airqualityResponsibleprocurement andcareful useZero to landfill by2018Group CentralFacilities Audi SEAT Skoda VW VWCVGroup ServicesUnderstand our indicators Benchmark against othersWaste contractsHeating and coolingInsulationTanks and TapsElectrical systemsEnvironmental KPIsfor contractsResponsible sourcingpoliciesGroup TravelHR PoliciesVehicle and Parts logisticsPorts and PDI facilitiesDordon and TPS CentresRoadside AssistanceGroup NetworksReduce where possible;Reuse;Recycle;Waste-to-energyAvoid where possible;Do it more efficiently;Use sustainable energy;Off-set when unavoidableAvoid use where possible;Re-use where practical;Source sustainably;Source responsiblyAvoid solvent/chemical use;Use better alternatives;Avoid vehicle use;Use less, more efficiently;Use rainwater or grey water;Store chemicals responsibly;Use Sustainable DrainageUK Environmental Strategy
    14. 14. Group Services Initiatives Strategy FitVehicle Operations Telematics fitted to logistics haulage fleet reduces carbon emissions by up to 8%. Dual-fueltrial offers potential dramatic carbon reductions. Energy efficiency study at portsidentifies energy savings from lighting and security systems. Central PDI will drive carbonefficiencies. Trial Driver Training achieves 14% fuel economy improvement.Parts Operations Telematics fitted to parts haulage fleet reduces carbon emissions by up to 8%. LiquidNatural Gas trial for haulage offers potential 20% carbon reductions. Dordon Warehousegoes ‘Zero Waste to Landfill’ in 2012. First full year of operation of Dordon Solar schemedelivers above-expectation energy savings. Phase 2 Solar Scheme for 2013 could multiplyenergy output by factor of twenty.Trade Parts Specialists Tracking systems fitted to logistics vehicles reduce fuel consumption and increase safety.Energy Label surveys of all standalone TPS centres completed ahead of schedule byNovember 2012. Pollution prevention measures implemented at all TPS centres to avoidwater pollution from oil storage. Battery return scheme reduces waste and improvesrecycling.Roadside Assistance KPIs for phone-fix and preventative campaigns reduce travel activity and enhance CS.First-time fix reduces travel and drives carbon reductions.Retail Networks Dealer Energy Efficiency guide and Green Design Guide issued. Agreement from Brandsthat these will be publicised commencing November 2012 (Skoda brand activity).
    15. 15. Why did theydo that for us?

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