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  • 1. ECR Europe Sustainable Transport workshop Brussels – 29 of September 2009 Jan Somers – GS1 ECR Arnaud Brohé – CO2logic
  • 2. Content • Origin – motivation • Common Understanding • Objective • Tool • Scope • Methodology • First results – transport & warehouses 2 © 2008 GS1
  • 3. Origin - motivation • Sustainability was identified by ECR members as a priority (not a surprise!) • CO2 emissions – risk of tax punishment • Focus of EU Commission • Willingness to do something in the ECR community, but what? • We want to reduce our carbon footprint, but how? • Where do we start? • Logistics (transport) or products (scope?) • Development of a universal CO2-measurement tool (with a pilot in Beluxregio) 3 © 2008 GS1
  • 4. Common understanding • One common agreement to measure the carbon footprint of transport for GS1 members • Both warehousing and outbound transport to the POS are in the scope • Inbound logistics may be in the scope for those companies that have control over it • An agreement to measure with one single SAME tool: ADEME’s Bilan Carbone • Phase 1 : pilot and implementation of measurement tool • Phase 2: ECR roadmap 4 © 2008 GS1
  • 5. Objective • Objectives:  Single common measurement tool for CO2 emissions of transport • Pilot project participants (18)  Alpro - Colruyt – Carrefour - Delhaize - Dr. Oetker – Ferrero - HJ Heinz Belgium - Kraft Foods Europe - Lima Natuurvoeding - Nestlé - Pepsico - Sara lee - Schenker - Sporalex & Vosmarques – Reckitt Benckiser - Unilever - United Biscuits - Van Genechten Packaging  Start: June 2009  End: Dec 2009 5 © 2008 GS1
  • 6. Tool • Bilan Carbone:  Developed by ADEME (France)  Widely used and tested by several large organizations • Pro’s  Compliant with ISO 14064/65 (various scopes + 6 Kyoto GHGs)  The method includes a rich database with emission factors  Training sessions / regular updates / official recognition  Opportunities: situation analysis, CO2 reduction priorities, identify quick wins,… • Con’s  French standard emissions factors  needs additional research to be applicable in other countries  No guidelines on the allocation of GHG emissions between users of a multi-users platform (particularly complex for milk-runs) 6 © 2008 GS1
  • 7. Scope GS1 Members Offices /  International  Buildings Optional Scope for  the  Freight measurement of transport  emissions Consumption &  Production of  Distribution  Stores Disposal of  Goods Centers (DC) Goods Truck fleet Supplier  Customer  (owned by  Transport Transport stores) Supply chain of FMCGs 7 © 2008 GS1
  • 8. Methodology (1/3) 1) Interviews with participants in order to gather specific data over shipment weights, travel distances and –if available- specific fuel consumption and types of truck. Collection of data on energy use and refrigerants leakages in warehouses. 2) For multi-users platform: simulation of milk-runs in order to estimate the rea travel distances 3) Calculation of transport and warehousing emission for every participant 4) ECR roadmap and carbon footprint tool with a 3-tier approach: - Level 1: basic calculation using a standard emission factor by ton.km for transport and by m2 for each warehouse - Level 2: use of specific fuel data, energy consumption and load factor - Level 3: level 2 with options to account for upstreams/embodied emissions 8 © 2008 GS1
  • 9. Methodology (2/3) Evehicle = Eempty + [(Efull - Eempty)] * Pload GVW class Transport w/o Load Transport with Full Load Max load l/100 gCO2/km l/100km gCO2/km tons gCO2/km gCO2/km km (with (with (w/o (w/o upstream) upstream) upstream) upstream) < 1,5 tonnes diesel 7,2 191,5 212,4 7,2 191,5 212,4 0,4 1,5 - 2,5 tonnes diesel 8,4 223,4 247,8 8,4 223,4 247,8 0,7 2,51 - 3,5 tonnes diesel 10,8 287,3 318,6 10,8 287,3 318,6 1,2 3,5 tonnes 12,4 329,8 365,8 12,4 329,8 365,8 1,4 3,51 - 5 tonnes 13,1 349,6 387,7 18,9 503,4 558,3 2,4 5,1 - 6 tonnes 16,7 444,3 492,7 24,1 639,8 709,6 2,8 6,1 - 10,9 tonnes 19,4 516,3 572,6 28,0 743,5 824,6 4,7 11 - 19 tonnes 25,6 679,7 753,8 36,8 978,8 1085,5 9,8 19,1 - 21 tonnes 29,5 784,3 869,8 42,5 1129,4 1252,5 11,6 21,1 - 32,6 tonnes 37,1 986,9 1094,5 53,4 1421,1 1576,0 16,7 Tractor-trailers 31,0 823,5 913,3 44,6 1185,8 1315,1 25,0 9 © 2008 GS1
  • 10. Methodology (3/3) Simulation of milk-runs in order to compute real driven distances for every delivery. Questionnaire for drivers during a sample period in order to estimate real consumption data and double-check the driven distances calculated with the simulation. 10 © 2008 GS1
  • 11. First results - transport (1/2) 1)Tisselt  Temse (19 km) User A: 10.000 kg User B: 5.000 kg -Fill rate = 15.000/17.000 = 88%  8,16 liters diesel  21,7 kg CO2 2) Temse  Beveren (18 km) User B: 5.000 kg Fill rate = 5.000/17.000 = 29%  6,29 liters diesel  16 kg CO2 3) Retour Beveren  Tisselt (33 km) Fill rate = 0% (all goods have been delivered) 10,2 liters diesel  27 kg CO2 11 © 2008 GS1
  • 12. First results - transport (2/2) Total CO2 emission of the milkrun in the previous example = 64,7 kg CO2 Allocation of the total emission to the different users or drops should be bassed on actual tonne.km caused by each user in the milkrun: -User A: 10.000 kg * 19 km = 190 tonne.km = 50.7% -User B: 5.000 kg * (19km + 18km) = 185 tonne.km = 49,3%  Allocated emission for User A = 33 kg CO2  Allocated emission for User B = 31,7 kg CO2 12 © 2008 GS1
  • 13. First results - warehouses Electricity (Electrabel) 2.000.000 kWh Natural gas 1.500.000 kWh Heating Oil NA R407C 2,8 kg/year Energy benchmark (kwh/m2 per year) 13 © 2008 GS1
  • 14. Contact Details GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg Koningsstraat 29 1000 Brussel T + 32 2 229 18 80 F + 32 2 217 43 47 W www.gs1belu.org

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