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Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory & Recommendations for Achieving Carbon Neutrality. Chemicals. 2010. Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Kate Hale Wilson Faculty Support: Dr. Jim Boulter and Dr. Kim Pierson Student Researchers: Carbon Neutral Team, 2010

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Greenhouse gas emissions inventory recommendations for achieving carbon neutrality

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory & Recommendations for Achieving Carbon Neutrality

Chemicals

2010

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Kate Hale Wilson

Faculty Support: Dr. Jim Boulterand Dr. Kim Pierson

Student Researchers: Carbon Neutral Team, 2010

Student Presenters: Jason Hansen, Laura Headrick, StephMabrey,& AndiKrunnfusz


Acupcc
ACUPCC Achieving Carbon Neutrality

  • Presidents Climate Commitment

    • Achieve climate neutrality (date TBD)

    • Initiate tangible actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

    • Publish the climate action plan, emissions inventory, and periodic progress reports


What is eco 2
What is eCO Achieving Carbon Neutrality2?

  • Equivalent carbon dioxide emissions

  • Standard measurement for global warming potential

    • Carbon Dioxide

    • Methane

    • Nitrous Oxide

    • Halocarbons

    • Sulfur Hexafluoride


2010 total eco 2 emissions
2010 Total eCO Achieving Carbon Neutrality2 Emissions

Total Emissions: 38,870 metric tons eCO2

  • Electricity produces 12,707 MT eCO2


Eco 2 production by sources 2008 2010 mt
eCO Achieving Carbon Neutrality2 Production by Sources 2008 & 2010 (MT)


Chemical subgroups
Chemical Subgroups Achieving Carbon Neutrality

  • Refrigerants

  • Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) used for classroom and research purposes

  • Disposal of hazardous waste

  • Acetylene and Propylene used for vehicle maintenance

  • Acetylene used by the Chemistry Department and the Art Department


Chemical emissions
Chemical Emissions Achieving Carbon Neutrality


Chemical recommendations
Chemical Recommendations Achieving Carbon Neutrality

In order to maintain accurate information and inventory efficiency, records regarding both the purchase and use of chemicals and disposal of hazardous waste should be kept.


Additional information
Additional Information Achieving Carbon Neutrality

  • For more detailed information, please view the 2010 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory Report & Recommendations for Achieving Carbon Neutrality in full at:http://www.uwec.edu/Sustainability/plans/index.htm


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