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SPIRE Brokerage event October 22 nd 2013. SUSTAINABLE PROCESS INDUSTRY. EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL COMPETTIVENESS TROUGH Resource and energy efficiency. Project Idea Presentation. €12.4bn NET SALES. Asking more from Chemistry INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS TO ANSWER MEGATRENDS CHALLENGES. Solvay.

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Sustainable process industry

SPIRE

Brokerage event

October 22nd 2013

SUSTAINABLE PROCESSINDUSTRY

EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL

COMPETTIVENESS TROUGH

Resource and energyefficiency

Project Idea Presentation


Solvay

€12.4bn

NET SALES

Asking more from Chemistry

INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS TO ANSWER

MEGATRENDS CHALLENGES

Solvay

€2.1bn

Adjusted REBITDA

Megatrends driving growth in Chemicals

Major Solvay innovation fields

29,100

EMPLOYEES

55 COUNTRIES

RenewableChemistry

  • Climate Change

Advanced Materials & Formulations

€261m

R&I spending

  • Scarce Resources

SustainableEnergy

OrganicElectronics

13

MAJOR R&I CENTERS

  • Over 1bn new consumers

Eco-processes

ConsumerChemicals

>100Collaborativeinnovation projects

  • Health & Well-being


Idea indicators for cross sectorial sustainability assessment spire 4 call ka 5 2
Idea: Indicatorsfor cross-sectorialsustainabilityassessmentSPIRE-4 call – KA 5.2

  • Buildon internalexperience of members to define a common set of indicators

    • Consistent with life cycle thinking

    • Simplified in order to beused by non-practioners of LCA

    • Based on a limitednumber of impacts

    • Usable in the early stages of projects

  • Solvay proposal for Suschem, beingcurrentlydiscussed…


Sustainability index for projects 1 2

Quotation of Project vs. Reference through a set of questions

Sustainability Index for Projects (1/2)

Questions are written for project management team and do not require any LCA expertise

For each question, project management team has to quote the new product versus its reference according to the following grid:

… or the reverse


Sustainability index for projects 2 2

From quotation to comparative positioning on 6 axes

Sustainability Index for Projects (2/2)

Distribution

Matrix

of the

quotations over the

6

indicators

X

=

5


Idea impact
Idea Impact

The proposal strongly supports the SPIRE roadmap principles:

  • Life Cycle and Cost thinking, monitoring and steering

    • consistencywith LCA approach

  • Systemic analyses of alternative resource streams

    • Assessment will induce appropriate questions

  • Identification and cross-sectorial development or transfer of resource and energy efficiency solutions and practices

    • Assessmentwillinduce relevant connexions

  • A stagedapproach

    • From qualitative to quantitative

  • Creating the right skills, knowledge, standards and mechanisms

    • Can beconsidered as a 1ststeptowardsstandardization


Existing project consortium
Existing Project Consortium

WBCSD*: Life Cycle Metrics for Chemical Products

  • The objectiveis to ensure the consistent and credible communication of product environmental footprints by the chemical sector

  • The Guidance Principles are:

    • Relevance *

    • Completeness

    • Consistency *

    • Transparency *

    • Accuracy

    • Feasibility *

  • The Partners engaged in the Project are:

    • AKZO: Carmen Alvarado

    • BASF: Anahi Grosse-Sommer

    • DSM: Henk Bosch et Gaelle Nicolle

    • EASTMAN: Jason Pierce

    • EVONIK: Guido Vornholt

    • SABIC: SreepadarajKaranam (Sreepad)

    • SOLVAY: Jean-François Viot

      *WBCSD: World Business Coucil for SustainableDevelopment

* Strong Connexion

with SPIRE Project


Looking for partners
Looking for partners…

  • Starting from a simplified approach, we would like to partner with other industrial companies / technical centers / institutes in order to:

    • test relevance and robustness of the approach on different types of projects/products

    • refine the environmentalindicators

    • potentiallyenlarge the assessment to social domain

  • All sectors are welcome!


Contact details
Contact details

Guy-Noël SAUVION

Eco-Efficiency Evaluations

+33 (0)6 07 94 79 32

mailto:guy-noel.sauvion@solvay.com

Jean-François VIOT

Environmental Evaluations

+33 (0)6 87 69 77 85

mailto:jean-francois.viot@solvay.com