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Sps Conference Essen 2009 Unido Schwager

  1. 1. CHEMICAL LEASING & UNIDO-UNEP GLOBAL RECP NETWORK CONFERENCE „SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES“ 28 29.09.2009, 28-29.09.2009, ESSEN
  2. 2.  UNIDO was set up in 1966 and became a specialized agency of the United Nations in 1985.  As part of the United Nations common system, UNIDO is throughout the developing d l i world, in cooperation with its 171 M b St t ld i ti ith it Member States.  Its headquarters are in Vienna, and it is Vienna represented in 35 developing countries.
  3. 3. Joint UNIDO-UNEP Programme on Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) is the continuous application of an integrated preventive environmental strategy to processes, products and services to increase The UNIDO–UNEP RECP Programme efficiency and reduce risks to humans and builds upon the capacities of 42 National environment Cleaner Production Centers and Programmes established worldwide : •Production efficiency •Environmental conservation •Human development
  4. 4. Programme Outcomes Outcome1: Outcome 2: Service Thematic Delivery Applications Capacity Objective: to support A) international and regional Green Industry by y y A)Application of RECP for improving resource networking productivity and Resource Efficiency B) establishment of new NCPCs environmental B) Application of RECP for Waste & performance of p C) up-scaling RECP through li th h Pollution P P ll ti Prevention ti industry existing (N)CPCs Outcome 4: Outcome 3: C) Application of RECP for Safe & Innovation → support existing (N)CPCs with their Incentives Responsible Production (ESTs and (policy and further f th professional development f i l d products) l t finance) fi ) 4
  5. 5. Outcome 2: Thematic Applications Outcome 2: Thematic A) Application of RECP for Resource Efficiency Applications aims at achie ing impro ements in the prod cti e use of energ achieving improvements productive se energy, materials and/or water in industries B) Application of RECP for Waste & Pollution Prevention aims at preventing the generation of waste and emissions from industrial systems, including the sound management y , g g of chemicals and Chemical Leasing C) Application of RECP for Safe and Responsible Production addresses occupational and community environmental health & safety, green job creation and skills and capacity development 5
  6. 6. Chemical Leasing The RECP Programme is contributing to the SAICM objective of sound management of chemicals by the year 2020. One of the services which facilitate the g y y achievement of this objective is: Chemical Leasing •I Innovative service-oriented business model ti i i t db i d l for the sound & efficient use of chemicals → value-added functional approach • In 2004, UNIDO – with the support of the Austrian Government – launched its Global Chemical Leasing Programme • Pilot projects in 7 countries - Colombia, Egypt, Mexico, Morocco, Russia, Serbia and Sri Lanka , 6
  7. 7. Chemical Leasing: Concept players producers of chemicals Environment: objectives bj ti Economy: Emission reduction Added value users of chemicals recycling waste load water costs costs air pollution costs companies pollution users producers of others chemicals equipment supplier UNIDO, Chemical Leasing NCPCs suggests new forms of payments for chemicals that direct the economic interests of all partners towards process optimization and reduction of chemicals consumption
  8. 8. Chemical Leasing: Payment Chemical producer User Leasing Provides mainly chemical services i Payment not for the chemical itself, but for the benefits of the chemical (e.g. (e g not for tons of solvents used but for number of pieces cleaned!) used, ... amount of produced chemicals will decline as chemicals volume turns from a factor for earnings (“the more you sell the more you earn“) to a cost driver (“less is more“)
  9. 9. Chemical Leasing: Motivations Traditional business models: Chemical leasing models: Contradictory motivations C t di t ti ti Bundled B dl d motivations ti ti supplier Delivery of goods consumer supplier Delivery of services consumer Material Life Lif cycle costs l t (material, work, waste (costs, volume) management) "the more the "less is more" "less is more" "less is more" better" Willingness and culture of corporation is required Willi d lt f ti i i d
  10. 10. Chemical Leasing: UNIDO’s Project Approach  Technical Cooperation activities to implement ChL Business Models in industry and to build-up national ChL capacity in developing countries and countries with economies in transition  Global Forum activities to promote and further develop the concept of ChL, including p policy advice y o ChL Book o ChL Homepage o International ChL Working Group o ChL Toolkit and Video o ChL Definition o Public-Privat-Partnership o Global ChL A ard Award
  11. 11. Global Chemical Leasing Award Organized by the UNIDO and the Austrian Federal Ministry for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management; Submission open until December It recognizes and awards successful Chemical Leasing implementation, publication and promotion activities Four categories: o Case studies (companies) ( p ) o Consulting services o Scientific publications o Public relations (reports, homepage etc) More information on: www.chemicalleasing.com
  12. 12. International ChL Working Group (IWG) Further develop and promote the ChL concept taking into account the needs of the different stakeholders diff k h ld • International Chemical Associations • EU-DG Environment EU DG E i t • Austrian, German and Swiss Government • NCPCs/UNIDO • Certification Bodies • Large scale industry • Academia • Consultants
  13. 13. Challenges g  Supplier and User Limitation  Trust and Credibility Issue  Liability issues  Implementation of model (design to monitoring) is complex  Ensure sustainability  Documentation of benefits and benefit shares  Limited expertise at global level  Lack of credible information especially economical information  Not sufficient data on the industrial processes qualified for Chemical Leasing processes  Chemicals are a small percentage of overall operating costs
  14. 14. Chemical Leasing goes global Chemical Productive Cleaner Leasing Production Employment Process Sound optimization Environment Competitive Economy
  15. 15. Coming together is a beginning beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success... Henry Ford
  16. 16. THANK YOU! QUESTIONS? Petra Schwager Cleaner Production Programme Environment Management Branch UNIDO Tel.: +43 1 26026 3749 Fax: +43 1 21346 3749 e-mail: pschwager@unido.org www.unido.org/cp

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