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GFA 43/9:

Georg Fischer Ltd: Environmental Report 2003/2004. 37 pages.

Contentpage
Introduction
Adding Quality to People’s Lives 3
The Corporation's principle of sustainable development 3
Georg Fischer's environmental policy 3
The year in brief 4
The industrial corporation at a glance 5
Core business of Georg Fischer 5
Advanced prodcts for enhanced environmental protection 6
Greatest environmental relevance in the Corporation: casting production 6
Environmental relevance of the three corporate groups 7
Environmental management
Environmental management milestones 8
Awards and recognition 8
Environmental management 9
Development of environmental management 9
Environmental goals
Environmental goals 10
Corporate environmental goals for 2004/2005 10
Environmental goals of GF Automotive for 2004/2005 11
Environmental goals of GF Piping Systems for 2004/2005 11
Environmental goals of GF Machine Tools for 2004/2005 11
CO2
CO2-Strategy of Georg Fischer Corporation 12
BUIS
Corporate Environmental Information System - BUIS 13
BUIS system boundary 13
Environmental successes
Water utilization 14
Heat recovery and energy conservation 15
Green power 15
Compressed air 16
Waste 16
Manufacturing supplies 17
Material cycles
Material cycles at Georg Fischer 18
Material cycles 18
Illustration of units
Units 18
Energy
Energy 19
Types of energy 19
Process energy consupmtion decreased - efficiency increased 20
Building energy consupmtion – decline due to decrease in effective area 20
Water
Water from public and private supply systems 21
Drinking water from public supply systems – consuption reduced 22
Water from private supply systems – consumption increased 23
Wastewater – further reduction 24
Air
Atmospheric emissions 25
Atmospheric emissions: related effects 25
Atmospheric emissions from energy consumption 26
Atmosperic emissions from energy consumption – CO2 27
Atmosperic emissions from energy consumption – SO2, NOx, CH4, VOC 27
Atmosperic emissions from production processes – particulates, VOC 28
Waste
Waste 29
Waste categories 30
Waste balance – total volume reduced 31
Recycled wastes – noticeable increase in recyclable wastes 32
Landfilled and incinerated wastes – significant reduction 33
Hazardous waste – volumes cut by half 34
Environmental expenditures and investments
Environmental expenditures 35
Environmental investments 36
Contact
Environmental management – feedback 37

Identifier: GFA 43/9
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