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Understanding carbon in the supply chain
Understanding carbon in the supply chain
Understanding carbon in the supply chain
Understanding carbon in the supply chain
Understanding carbon in the supply chain
Understanding carbon in the supply chain
Understanding carbon in the supply chain
Understanding carbon in the supply chain
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Understanding carbon in the supply chain

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  • 1. Understanding Carbon inthe Supply ChainJohn NewtonGroup Manager Sustainability & EnvironmentAmcor Australasia
  • 2. Amcor Australasia• Australia’s leading Packaging Manufacturer• 50+ manufacturing sites • Recycled Paper • Aluminium cans • Flexible Films • Glass Bottles • Cartons • Corrugated Boxes• 4500 Co-workers• $2Bn + turnover 2
  • 3. Amcor & Carbon• Energy tracking for 10 years• Tracked in ‘Envirochart’• Material energy well understood.• Scope 1 & Scope 2 emissions externally audited 3
  • 4. Amcor & Carbon• Tracking rough scope 3 for 5 years – Cartonboard – HDPE resin• Major supplies only: – LDPE resin – Waste paper – PET resin – Pulpwood – PP resin – Unbleached kraft pulp – Aluminium (sheet / foil) – Bleached kraft pulp – Steel sheet – Recycled board – Feldspar – Calcium carbonate – Glass cullet (external) – Clay – Sand – Starch – Shell grit – Virgin paper / board – Soda Ash –• Industry averages to calculate carbon footprint• Done for internal tracking only• Outputs used in Global Reporting 4
  • 5. Amcor & Carbon• Built Carbon Model• Scope 1 & 2 no change• Scope 3 increased accuracy• Some Industry Averages still used• Some direct inputs from suppliers 5
  • 6. Amcor Carbon Footprints• Scope 1&2 – 1 million tonnes• Scope 3 - 1 million tonnes 6
  • 7. Carbon Management Strategy• Resource Efficiency – Lights – Motors – Air – Steam – Heating/cooling• Energy supply – Cogen – Biomass – Waste to Energy• Supply Chain – Materials Selection – Sourcing – Partnerships 7
  • 8. Conclusions• Energy supply only part of the story• Focus on Material Issues• Accurate quantification can be complex• Business risk if not managed 8

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