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  1. 1. GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME September 2017
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION TRIPARTITE ADVISORY BOARD Enhancing the Productive Capacity of South Africa MANDATE To lead and inspire a productive and competitive South Africa VISION GOVERNMENT
  3. 3. INTERVENTIONS FOR ENTERPRISE STAGES Stable enterprises “ICU” (Workplace Challenge (WPC) Programme) Enterprises in Decline (Turnaround Solutions Programme) Emerging enterprises (POS Programme)
  4. 4. GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  5. 5. WHAT IS GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME?
  6. 6. Pollution / Poisoning and Oil leakage Why do we need Green Productivity THE NEED FOR A GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  7. 7. • Today most people use 2.2 times as much water as available • Abuse of resources • Coal Extraction Problems (Mining is destroying the environment Why do we need Green Productivity THE NEED FOR A GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  8. 8. • Manage and improve your processes in a sustainable way such that your Carbon and Water Footprints are reduced. • Energise your enterprise to have a beneficial impact on the Greening of the immediate environment/community • Enable every individual in your enterprise/community to accept responsibility for acting in a green way at all times. GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  9. 9. Karl Burkart defines a “green economy” as an economy based on six main focus areas. • Change processes to minimise the impact on our environment, by applying principles of:  Renewable energy  Green buildings and equipment  Water management  Waste management  Clean transportation  Land management VISION FOR GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  10. 10. WHY IMPLEMENT A GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  11. 11. MBUs (Teams business units) can assist their enterprise in reducing carbon footprint which contributes to global warming by: • Starting to measure their carbon footprint. • Conduct projects to change their manufacturing processes and resources, to reduce carbon footprint. • renewable sources of energy / electricity, • transport • Measure carbon footprint monthly and keep productivity charts • Change over from chlorofluorocarbons
  12. 12. 2. Individuals and Enterprises involved in coal mining can: • Rehabilitate the soil / environment. • Repair your environmental damage. • Counter acid and heavy metals pollution of ground water and marsh areas • Petition coal mining enterprises about pollution and damage to the environment. • Combine forces with SASOL, to generate energy and oil / petrol / diesel via the same processes and sources (i.e. coal). • Experiment with renewable and 'clean' sources of energy generation WHY IMPLEMENT A GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME (Continues)
  13. 13. 3. Individuals and Enterprises using oil and petrol can reduce oil/ fuel related carbon footprint and pollution and environment destruction (suggestions): • Reduce your fuel carbon footprint (i.e. how to reduce your MBU's fuel consumption). • Petition oil refineries / enterprises to deal with oil and fuel related pollution • Research about renewable and 'clean' sources of transport, e.g. electric trucks etc. • Experiment with buying smaller trucks for transporting WHY IMPLEMENT A GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME (Continues)
  14. 14. 4. You as a user of water can contribute to the solution of your MBU's and company's water scarcity problems (suggestions): • Start a Water Footprint or Water Productivity improvement project: • Measure your Water Footprint • Identify core sources / problems of wastage of water • Reduce water usage / the water footprint to improve your Water Productivity • Change processes so that you use less water • Water Productivity = reducing the amount of water (input) required to produce a unit of any goods or service (output) ) • Capture your Water Footprint baseline data and monitor WHY IMPLEMENT A GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME (Continues)
  15. 15. 5. Individuals and enterprises can reduce their chemical footprint or prevent pollution from Chemicals and EDC (suggestions): • Determine if your enterprise uses EDCs • Determine if chemical pollution is a reality • Focus project on preventing EDC pollution • Reduce EDCs in consumer products • Learn from Minnesota (Wisconsin) Pollution Control Agency: • educate employees • upgrade wastewater plant to remove EDCs • implement pharmaceutical and chemical collection • don’t flush chemicals down the drain WHY IMPLEMENT A GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME (Continues)
  16. 16. 6. What can enterprises do about deforestation, wood related carbon dioxide emissions and careless wastage of precious wood / paper stocks (suggestions): • Reduce or counter deforestation. • Participate in planting trees, (reforestation / afforestation). (e.g. visit Food and Trees For Africa website: http://www.waterwise.co.za/site/water/carbon-footprint.html • Calculate your paper footprint • Go paperless • Recycle paper and wood. WHY IMPLEMENT A GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME (Continues)
  17. 17. WHY IMPLEMENT A GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME (Continues)
  18. 18. 8. What can individuals and enterprises do about coal energy carbon footprint and coal energy related pollution (suggestions) • Improve electricity efficiency / reduce electricity usage • Experiment with renewable and 'clean' sources of energy generation • Recycle sulphur and carbon emissions (i.e. air pollution) • Combine forces with SASOL, to generate energy and oil from the same sources and processes. • Rehabilitate soil / environment around coal power stations. • Rehabilitate environmental damage. • Recover, recycle coal ash. WHY IMPLEMENT A GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME (Continues)
  19. 19. 5R PRINCIPLES OF IMPLEMENTING GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  20. 20. 1st R = Reduce • Reduce means reducing waste • Reduce means reduce materials damage • Reduce means using less resources • Reduce means reducing materials • Reduce means reducing resources for packaging 5R PRINCIPLES OF IMPLEMENTING GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  21. 21. 2nd R = Reuse • Reuse means re-using something • Reuse means repairing an item rather than throwing it out • Reuse means donating old equipment or appliances • Reuse means looking for alternative uses 5R PRINCIPLES OF IMPLEMENTING GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  22. 22. 3rd R = Recycle • Recycling means that objects / materials that are considered waste can be turned back into raw materials to be used in the manufacture of other items. • All metals can be recycled, as well as plastic, paper, rubber, electronics, glass, water, wood (e.g. even cork!) 5R PRINCIPLES OF IMPLEMENTING GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  23. 23. 3rd R = Recycle (Continues) Recycling consists of 4 Steps: 1. Collection, sorting and cleaning. 2. Processing and turning recyclables into useful raw materials. 3. Manufacturing recycled materials into new products. 4. Consumers purchase recycled products. Market products as environmentally friendly 5R PRINCIPLES OF IMPLEMENTING GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  24. 24. 4th R = Refuse • Refuse means an enterprise Refuses to include dangerous chemicals such as EDCs (Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals) or other poisonous stuff such as arsenic, mercury, or lead in their products. 5R PRINCIPLES OF IMPLEMENTING GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  25. 25. 5th R = Redesign Redesign is required when any of the other 4 R’s are applied. • Reducing materials or Refuse involves Redesign • Considering Reuse during Design, requires thinking about additional product features • Considering Recycling also leads to Redesign 5R PRINCIPLES OF IMPLEMENTING GREEN PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME
  26. 26. Sustainability means preserving life on Earth, including human civilization. 4 Sustainability Principles: • Reduce our contribution to the build-up of substances extracted from the earth's crust • Reduce our contribution to the build-up of chemicals and compounds • Reduce our contribution to the physical degradation and destruction of nature and natural processes • Reduce our contribution to undermining people's capacity to meet their basic human needs. 4 SUSTAINABILITY PRINCIPLES
  27. 27. 1.Define the Kaizen Project 2.Set Green Kaizen Goal based on prioritisation of green problems 3.Look at the Current Situation and focus on specific problems / causes to be addressed 4.Uncovering real causes of green problems 5.Formulate Kaizen Plan for solving the green problem based on steps 3, and 4, and take action to improve the situation 8 STEPS FOR CONDUCTING GREEN PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
  28. 28. 6. Gather facts and data, before and after to prove the solution of the problem 7.Measure direct result of green kaizen actions and measure other effects of green kaizen actions 8. Identify the next Kaizen 8 STEPS FOR CONDUCTING GREEN PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
  29. 29. HOW TO MANAGE GREEN PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS PDCA (Ongoing Improvement / Implementing Green Productivity) Tips / Model Green Workplaces Tiered Protocol LED Rain water harvesting Solar water heating Plastic Recycling MODAPTS Solar Electricity
  30. 30. Before KAIZEN KP(Kaizen Plan ) Sheet Kaizen Goal: Process: Process XXX No. of members: 6 After KAIZEN Problem analysis Schedule for Next Kaizen Impact Kaizen by Process XXX MBU Reason for selecting Kaizen Goal: Specific & concrete KAIZEN steps taken e.g. To reduce Electricity Consumption at Process XXX from 2.77kWh to 2.0kWh Step 3: e.g. Electricity Consumption at process XXX is a major contributor to the Carbon footprint Photo Step 5: Step 4: Step 2: Step 1: Step 6: Step 7: 0.71 0.82 0.39 0.18 0.07 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 ABC DEF GHI JKL MNO Process XXX Pareto Diagramme (Nov 2013 kWper hour =2,19kW for all machines ABC to MNO) 1.21 0.82 0.39 0.18 0.07 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 ABC DEF GHI JKL MNO Process XXX Pareto Diagramme (Aug 2013 kWper hour =2,69kW for all machines ABC to MNO) • E.g. Improve energy efficiency of machines DEF and GHI • Etc Step 8: • E.g. Conducted problem solving session to find root cause: • Machines at Process XXX are 30 years old • Machines use single phase power • Electric motors are all conventional heavy duty • E.g. Analysed electricity consumption graphs of XXX machines to determine Root Causes of excessive consumption • E.g. Brainstormed and Formulated actions for eliminating Root Causes of Exessive electricity consumption • E.g. Retro fitted Inverter Motor on ABC Machine, at cost of R5000 • E.g. Electricity consumed down 19% • E.g. Cost of electricity down 19% • E.g. Capital Productivity improvement = Production output from 100 products ÷1.21 kW = 82 products per hour to 100 prod ÷ 0.71kW = 140 products per hour = 70% improvement How?-ManageGreenProductivityProjects
  31. 31. CONTACT: Mr. Pieter De Bruyn Regional Project Manager (Workplace Challenge Programme) Email: pieterdb@productivitysa.co.za Tel: 082 – 454 1845 INTERESTED?

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