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GFA 43/9 :: Environmental Report 2003/2004 (File)

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Reference CodeGFA 43/9
TitleEnvironmental Report 2003/2004
Creation
2003 – 2004 / Georg Fischer AG
Level of DescriptionFile
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2

Object Typevolumes
Extent and medium of the unit of description

2 Hefte (2 Exemplare)

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

Content

Introduction

  • Adding Quality to People’s Lives (p. 3)
  • The Corporation's principle of sustainable development (p. 3)
  • Georg Fischer's environmental policy (p. 3)
  • The year in brief (p. 4)
  • The industrial corporation at a glance (p. 5)
  • Core business of Georg Fischer (p. 5)
  • Advanced prodcts for enhanced environmental protection (p. 6)
  • Greatest environmental relevance in the Corporation: casting production (p. 6)
  • Environmental relevance of the three corporate groups (p. 7)

Environmental management

  • Environmental management milestones (p. 8)
  • Awards and recognition (p. 8)
  • Environmental management (p. 9)
  • Development of environmental management (p. 9)

Environmental goals

  • Environmental goals (p. 10)
  • Corporate environmental goals for 2004/2005 (p. 10)
  • Environmental goals of GF Automotive for 2004/2005 (p. 11)
  • Environmental goals of GF Piping Systems for 2004/2005 (p. 11)
  • Environmental goals of GF Machine Tools for 2004/2005 (p. 11)

CO2

  • CO2-Strategy of Georg Fischer Corporation (p. 12)

BUIS

  • Corporate Environmental Information System - BUIS (p. 13)
  • BUIS system boundary (p. 13)

Environmental successes

  • Water utilization (p. 14)
  • Heat recovery and energy conservation (p. 15)
  • Green power (p. 15)
  • Compressed air (p. 16)
  • Waste (p. 16)
  • Manufacturing supplies (p. 17)

Material cycles

  • Material cycles at Georg Fischer (p. 18)
  • Material cycles (p. 18)

Illustration of units

  • Units (p. 18)

Energy

  • Energy (p. 19)
  • Types of energy (p. 19)
  • Process energy consupmtion decreased - efficiency increased (p. 20)
  • Building energy consupmtion – decline due to decrease in effective area (p. 20)

Water

  • Water from public and private supply systems (p. 21)
  • Drinking water from public supply systems – consuption reduced (p. 22)
  • Water from private supply systems – consumption increased (p. 23)
  • Wastewater – further reduction (p. 24)

Air

  • Atmospheric emissions (p. 25)
  • Atmospheric emissions: related effects (p. 25)
  • Atmospheric emissions from energy consumption (p. 26)
  • Atmosperic emissions from energy consumption – CO2 (p. 27)
  • Atmosperic emissions from energy consumption – SO2, NOx, CH4, VOC (p. 27)
  • Atmosperic emissions from production processes – particulates, VOC (p. 28)

Waste

  • Waste (p. 29)
  • Waste categories (p. 30)
  • Waste balance – total volume reduced (p. 31)
  • Recycled wastes – noticeable increase in recyclable wastes (p. 32)
  • Landfilled and incinerated wastes – significant reduction (p. 33)
  • Hazardous waste – volumes cut by half (p. 34)

Environmental expenditures and investments

  • Environmental expenditures (p. 35)
  • Environmental investments (p. 36)

Contact

  • Environmental management – feedback (p. 37)
Keywordssustainability :: environment/ecology
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Access/Use Restrictionspublic
LanguagesEnglish
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