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Howard Belton

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  • 1. Howard D Belton: President Philippine Business for the Environment
  • 2. PHILIPPINE BUSINESS for the ENVIRONMENT
  • 3. PBE FOCUS WASTE MANAGEMENT CARBON EMISSION REDUCTION GREENINING THE SUPPLY CHAIN
  • 4. EMS – good for business good for the environment Howard D Belton: President Philippine Business for the Environment
  • 5. BUSINESS DEPENDS ON EFFECTIVE SYSTEMS EMS APPLIES THOSE SYSTEMS TO REDUCE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT KEY ADDED INGREDIENT = MOTIVATION
  • 6. WHY IS MOTIVATION SO IMPORTANT? Too many business priorities Under pressure environment can lose priority to current issues. Motivation keeps it in priority
  • 7. THREE LEVELS OF MOTIVATION Support from the top Part of regular business and personal targets. Passion amongst ordinary employees.
  • 8. EXAMPLE FROM UNILEVER Project Eliminate – reduce landfill to zero 2004-6
  • 9. ULP Environment Sustainability ULP’s Commitment MDG Framework 1. Ensure our operations do not pollute 2. Encourage our neighbours not to Core Business pollute Social Investment 3. Encourage wider Policy Advocacy participation to support the agenda
  • 10. Waste Reduction History in ULP On-site Solid Waste Transfer Station BEFORE Improvements NOW a PARKING LOT! Impressive performance: 20-fold reduction from 1994 to 2000... … But increased in 2003 due to entry of 3P on site
  • 11. 2003: Launch of Project Eliminate Eliminate Factory Landfill by end 2004 NO MORE LANDFILL DISPOSE IMPACT TREAT REUSE/ RECYCLE REDUCE AVOID Focus on Reduction / avoidance, 2003 Reuse/ Recycling, Segregation TARGET Avoid Disposal.
  • 12. Project Eliminate Methodology PLAN • Waste Profiling • Impact Assessment •Team Responsibility • Documentation • System Review • Documentation Continuous ACT Improvement DO Cycle • Program Implementation • Operational Control • Training & Awareness • Documentation • Performance Monitoring • Documentation CHECK
  • 13. Waste Generation Flow PACO SITE WASTE STREAMS Sulphonation By Product Factories Sachets Landfill Offices Scrap Materials Solid Waste Biodegradables Laboratories Recycling Other Recyclables
  • 14. Unilever Waste Profile Recyclable Materials Cost (as of Feb. 2004) Wire (tanso) P90/kg Aluminum Cans (“Panta”) P45/kg Plastics (PE) P1/kg Cartons P1.50/kg “Malutong” P3/kg SOLD TO “Lata” “Sibak” P3/kg P7/kg RECYCLERS Newspapers P3-4/kg White Papers P5/kg Plastic Sacks P0.50/pc Transparent plastic bottles P20/kg Non-transparent plastic bottles P7/kg Glass bottles (Tanduay) P0.50/pc Broken glass P1/kg BROUGHT TO DUMPSITES Djbv gadbv
  • 15. Priority Area and Approach Priority Areas: 1) Recyclables but un-segregated 2) Not Recyclable – Sulphonation By-product & Sachets
  • 16. Action Plan 1. ZERO SULPHONATION LANDFILL ROADMAP JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC ESP SEGREGATION 1. Install 3-way valve at ESP 2. Characterization Study 80% Sulphonation 3. Set Changeover protocol Landfill Reduction LAS ESP RECYCLING 4. Install recycle loop 5. Trial incorporations 6. Observe effect on LAS quality USE OF CALCITE IN PAS/SLS ESP ACID NEUTRALIZATION 7. Trial Neutralization 8. Analyze of neutralization product quality De-stocking started and stop 9. Update ISO docs LAS/PAS Recycling REWORKING NEUTRALIZED PAS/SLS ESP TO BARS 10. Trial incorporation 11. Determine optimal incorporation ratio 12. Product Evaluation 13. Product Storage Tests 14. Early Management ZERO Sulphonation 15. Implement Landfill RECYCLING NEUTRALIZED ESP THROUGH UCC-CKC TECHNOLOGY 16. Trial run using fresh ESP and neutralized ESP 17. Determine economics 18. Finalize contract 19. Long-term trial
  • 17. Recyclables – Un-segregated I Identify 3R Reduce, Reuse, Recycle S Segregate
  • 18. I3RS in Unilever Philippines BEFORE AFTER Segregation of Damaged Segregation of Recyclables Offices Flow Wraps at NSD Bars at PC Plant Factory Cristobal Segregated Recyclables at the Factory to be sold Segregation bins in the offices Segregation in the canteen PC NSD Bars (Residuals, Recyclables and Biodegradable)
  • 19. I3RS in Offices It is a practice that used papers will never be thrown away. They are re- Color coded trash cans printed on the are placed in offices other side or re- and factories in order to used as board separate wastes that decorations. are recyclable (green) and non recyclable (blue).
  • 20. I3RS in Offices – Assorted Wastes COMPOSTING OF BIODEGRADABLES SEGREGATTION AT SMOKEY Unsegregated Wastes MOUNTAIN RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTER (SMRRC) SELL RECYCLABLES RECOVERED RECYCLABLES ARE SOLD, PROVIDING PROCEEDS GO TO SMRRC COOP. LIVELIHOOD TO PARISH COOPERATIVE AT SMOKEY MOUNTAIN
  • 21. I3RS in Canteens Segregation of Left-Overs RECYCLABLE RECYCLING MATERIALS CENTERS Leftovers ANIMAL FEED
  • 22. I3RS in Production Sites – PC Plant BEFORE AFTER Major liquid raw materials were • ISO tankers (20 tons capacity) are contained in drums (150 kg used as containers. capacity). Drums were disposed • Low probability of dirt after use. contamination • Bigger capacity and reusable
  • 23. I3RS in Production Sites – NSD Bars BEFORE AFTER Major solid raw materials were • Big bags (1 ton capacity) are used contained in sacks (50 kg capacity). as containers. Sacks were disposed after use. • Durable and re-used many times
  • 24. I3Rs in Production Sites - Sulphonation CONVERSION OF SULPHONATION BY PRODUCT WASTE TO HOLLOW BLOCKS 45% of By Products are Converted to Hollow Blocks By Product Segregation Neutralized Neutralization By Product Hollow Block Technology
  • 25. I3Rs in Production Sites - HITW Sachets can be recycled! Energy Recovery (Holcim) Shredding Hollow Block Segregation into unfilled (Mizuhotech) and filled sachets The Great Sachet M adness SALE!!! The Great Sachet M adness SALE!!! Improved Sachet Su n si l k , Cr eam Si l k , V asel i n e Su n si l k , Cr eam Si l k , V asel i n e an d Lu x ab so l u t el y 50 % o f f an d Lu x ab so l u t el y 50 % o f f Segregation – On-line ordering begins on Week 1 July On-line ordering begins on Week 1 July Baratillo Sale begins on Week 2 July Baratillo Sale begins on Week 2 July 45% reduction in Recovery Sachet Wastes!
  • 26. Hollow Block Technology FEEDSTOCKS PROCESSING PRODUCTS Sulphonation By product Laminates Hollow blocks/Bricks • Solids e.g. laminates and plastics are ground into 16 mm pieces. Process removes elasticity of plastics. LDPE Plastics •Process is claimed to produce zero waste, all by-products are brought back to the process.
  • 27. Outputs of Recipients Smokey Mountain’ MRF Building Smokey Mountain’ Church Basement – Coop Offices G.K. Foundation
  • 28. ULP ENVIRONMENT ROADMAP (2007-2011) Last Update: October 2007 Status Done Greening the Community On-going SOCIAL INVESTMENT VISION Run PILOT COMMUNITY To become the industry lead & role Greening the Supply Chain GHG reduction model for SLOWING, STOPPING & then REVERSING the growth of greenhouse (OUTER) CORE BUSINESS Run emission in our country. Greening UP Run Awareness Campaign PILOT CHAIN to Neighbors (INNER) CORE GHG reduction BUSINESS Run ROLL-OUT Awareness All Chains • Join BPG of Campaign GHG Reduction PHILGARP Train Team on to Partners Run • Train on Climate Change GHG PILOT SITE Basics & GHG CURRENT Accounting • Echo workshop to Accounting GHG reduction ROLL-OUT DESIRED ULP-wide REALITY Pilot Team • Choose pilot • GHG •Scoping •Data • Define •Reductio KPI’s Gathering • Target n Activiti GHG Reduction FUTURE worksh Setting es •Calculate KICK-OFF ROLL-OUT op Baseline • Define Agree • Scoping •Reduction KICK-OFF Organiz Develop Emission KICK-OFF KPI’s With Neighbors Craft on (Phase 0) (Phase 1) (Phase 2) (Phase 3) • Data Activities With Partners e Climate ULP-wide Targe - Energy Neighbors GHG Reduction Climate Guiding Gatherin t Climate Climate Change Change Climate Change Pilot Steps Climate Change g Settin - Mobile Initiative ACTIVIST PASSIVE Principle Change Roadma Initiative • Calculat g - Process Change Vision s Team p e Initiative CARBON CARBON Baseline NEUTRAL Emission EMITTER • Draft vision • Define roles Run Run • Develop (Phase 1) tracking (Phase 2) (Phase 3) • Debate • Nominate Awareness Awareness system Hot on Cold on and core team Campaign Campaign Climate Change agree (1st leg) (2nd leg) Climate Change with • Agree with board board Inconvenient sponsors Low Carbon Diet OFFSET • Share and Truth Campaign agree Campaign ACTIVITIES OFFSET (What is Climate School Roadshow roles with Change & How will it ACTIVITIES team Water for Life Affect Me?) (What Can I CLEAR Youth Do?) MEDIA CAMPAIGN 1M People MEDIA Awareness CAMPAIGN 10M People Awareness 20% GHG 30% GHG Reduction Reduction Greening Philippines MILESTONES POLICY ADVOCACY Agreed 1 M People 10 M People CARBON Agreed Established 5% GHG 15% GHG 25% GHG Climate Awareness Awareness NEUTRAL Climate Baseline Reduction Reduction Reduction Change Change Emission Vision Roadmap Q2 Q3 Q4 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  • 29. Expanding Unilever’s work on solid waste to the community Study solid waste in the community 1) Pier 18 (15 tons characterised) 2) Pampanga isolated villages 3) Street sweepers in Divisoria 4) Estero de Paco floating waste
  • 30. Expanding Unilever’s work on solid waste to the community Lessons from the waste studies 1) Detergent and cosmetic waste 0.5% total. 2) Paper, metal and many plastics recycled. 3) Flexibles packaging 0.1% total (Plastic bags 9%) 4) Flexibles small but visible – can now be recycled – the key issue is how to collect. Project Eliminate continues!
  • 31. EXAMPLE FROM PBE We aim to help business help the environment …spread best practice …synergy between businesses Clean Fleet Management programme – a great example
  • 32. CLEAN FLEET MANAGEMENT Group together businesses with fleets: share and compete Pilot group led by Meralco UNEP calculation tool pioneered. Partnership with Clean Air Asia
  • 33. CLEAN FLEET MANAGEMENT …THE SELLING STORY It costs us a fortune to pollute… especially by burning fossil fuels. Cleaner fleets use less fuel.
  • 34. CLEAN FLEET MANAGEMENT …Maintenance …Eco Driving training …Fuel selection …Fleet planning (loading, vehicle replacement) 15% fuel saving with current fleet.
  • 35. EXPANDING CLEAN FLEET MANAGEMENT …More corporate fleets …Government fleets …Bus fleets
  • 36. EMS – KEY CONCLUSIONS • Motivation is key: Top management support: make it a passion for everyone. • Understand the economics: More efficiency=less pollution= lower cost. • Good systems needed: part of normal business – import what you need but avoid alien systems. • Spread the benefits: to business partners: to the community.
  • 37. Howard D Belton: President Philippine Business for the Environment

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