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Validated Eco-Efficiency Analysis Method. Eco-Efficiency Analysis- A Sustainability Decision Tool for BASF A. Kicherer (Ludwigshafen, Germany). The Ludwigshafen site. BASF’s largest production site worldwide 8,000 sales products 2,000 buildings

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the ludwigshafen site
The Ludwigshafen site
  • BASF’s largest production site worldwide
  • 8,000 sales products
  • 2,000 buildings
  • 70 miles of roads 150 miles of rail track
  • 35,000 people (83,000 worldwide)
sustainable development is based on three pillars

SEEbalance®-Analysis*

Eco-Efficiency-

Analysis

* being developed

Sustainable Development is based on three Pillars

Sustainable Development

Ecology

Society

Economy

what is eco efficiency analysis
What is Eco-Efficiency Analysis?
  • Method for the comprehensive assessmentof products and processes.
  • Ecological and economic aspects are given equal weight in assessments.
  • The products are analyzed from the angle of the end customer.
  • (Future) scenariosand effects of various action options are presented.
  • Eco-efficiency analysis is a standard tool in the BASF Group; more than 240 analyses have been carried out.
alternative systems for furniture clear coat

NC-lacquer(established technology)

PUR-lacquer (market leader)

UV-powder (new technology)

UV-water (new technology)

Alternative Systems for Furniture Clear Coat

Define comparable

products

Determine demand-

specific benefit

Coating of 1 m² furniture surface

further development of uv water technology improves the eco efficiency

UV-water

Further development

User spezific benefit:

Coating of 1 m² furniture surface

UV-powder

PUR-lacquer

NC-lacquer

Further Development of UV-Water Technology Improves the Eco-Efficiency

0,3

High eco-efficiency

Environ. Impact (normalized)

1,0

Circle size:

Market share in Europe

Low eco-efficiency

1,7

1,7

1,0

0,3

Total costs(normalized)

communication
Communication
  • BASF-Coatings develops new, environmentaly friendly lacquers, even if they are innitially somewhat more expensive.
  • Together with customers improvements can be initiated which reduces the costs.
  • The eco-efficiency analysis can easily communicate these future trends and improvements.
assessment factors of the society

Airemissions

50%

Air emission

50%

Greenhouse

warming potential

50%

Ozone depletion

potential

Emissionen

Emissions

20%

Wateremissions

35%

Emissions

Photochemical

ozone creation

potential

20%

Wastes

15%

Acidification potential

10%

Assessment Factors of the society

Energy

consumption

20%

Raw material

consumption

20%

10%

Area requirement

20%

Toxicity

potential

20%

10%

Risk potential

acceptance of the method by stakeholders ngos and science

...Basically, the large number

of indicators used in

eco-efficiency analysis make

relatively reliable statements

possible ...

Dr. Reinhard Loske

Mitglied des Deutschen Bundestages

Umweltpolitischer Sprecher Bündnis 90/DIE GRÜNEN

......Politically, it is worth considering how this tool can find wider application.......

....The sensitivity considerations carried out in the eco-efficiency analysis make sense and provide good orientation as regards further ecological and economic optimizations....

Öko-Institut e.V.;Bereiche Chemie und Umweltrecht

Acceptance of the Method by Stakeholders, NGOs and Science ...
and the whole world
... and the whole World.

Pilot project with UNEP/UNIDO

to improve the eco-efficiency of

Moroccan dyehouses

Assessed since 2002 as one of the

world’s most sustainable chemical

companies, partly as the result of the

development of eco-efficient products

what does basf use eco efficiency analysis for

Strategy

  • Decisions on investments
  • Research/product development
  • Prioritization of research projects
  • Marketing
  • External customers optimize their products and processes with eco-efficiency analyses
  • Politics
  • Discussion with opinion makers in political decisions
What does BASF use Eco-Efficiency Analysis for?

Internal

External

consequences of eco efficiency analyses

reduce costs!

develop alternatives!

reduce environmental impact!

Consequences of Eco-Efficiency Analyses

Environmental Impact (normalized)

low

bring to market!

Depending on the position of the analysed product, different strategic recommen-

dations are given.

1,0

high

high

low

1,0

costs(normalized)

examples for more profit created through eco efficiency analysis
Examples for More Profit Created Through Eco-Efficiency Analysis
  • An eco-efficiency project with a coatings customer resulted in a additional business of about 400.000 € per year.
  • An annual saving of 100.000 € could be obtained by an eco-efficiency analysis for transportation of chemicals.
  • The eco-efficiency analysis with an American customer in the aggregate sector increased the annual sales of 2.200.000 US$ by about 10%
  • The ROI is therefore much smaller than 1 year
why is eco efficiency successful
Why is Eco-Efficiency Successful?
  • Quantitative results with a clear assessment
  • Simple and impressive illustration of the results
  • Scenario- and sensitivity analysis
  • Short timeframe (2 - 6 month)
  • Low costs for the analysis
  • Combination of LCA with LCC
the eco efficiency team
The Eco-Efficiency Team:

Our Homepage: http://www.oekoeffizienzanalyse.de

the detailed results can be read off in the ecological fingerprint

Solution, electro-chemically

Solution, 40%

Granules, synthetically

Granules,

biotechno-

logically

Powder

from plants

The detailed Results can be read off in the Ecological Fingerprint

Energy consumption

1,0

Material

consumption

0,5

Emissions

0,0

Riskpotential

Toxicitypotential

raw material costs are normally small compared to total costs
Raw material costs are normally small compared to total costs

House Insulation Systems

160

140

120

Disposal

100

Transports

DM/m² thermal insulation system

80

Adhesive and plaster

60

Aluminium edges

40

handscrafts

Insulation material

20

0

Neopor

Styropor

Mineralfiber

are you interested
Are you interested?

How can you proceed?

  • Get in touch with us. (http://www.oekoeffizienzanalyse.de)
  • We will provide you with a tailor-made proposal.
  • Your own efforts to determine the input data are relatively low.
  • The total costs are between € 20,000 and 30,000 (depending on the complexity).
opportunities for marketing and sales
Opportunities for Marketing and Sales
  • Direct comparison with your competitor
    • Show your customer the superiority of your product
      • Label, broschures, publications
  • Comparison of your customers competitors
    • Demonstrate your customer the superiority of his product.
      • Common communication, label
    • Help your customer to optimize his processes

Added value increases customer relation

development of environmental protection in companies
Development of environmental protection in companies

Production inte-grated environ-mental protection

Product integrated environmental protection

End-of-pipe technology

Sustainable Development

80‘s

90‘s

00‘s

e.g. Waste water treatment plants,

e.g.: Residual materials of a procedure are raw materials of another

e.g.: Green Engineering

Social, economical and ecological aspects of products

production related waste and emissions per metric ton of basf aktiengesellschaft products

Total: 28.2 kg

Air

3.6 kg

Water

1.8 kg

Total: 6.7 kg

Landfill

22.8 kg

1.8 kg

1.0 kg

3.9 kg

1991

2001

Production-related waste and emissionsPer metric ton of BASF Aktiengesellschaft products
alternative systems for indigo dying

Determine demand-

specific benefit

Select BASF

product

Indigo powder from plants

synthetic

indigo

granules

Dyeing of blue

denim for the

production of

1000 jeans

biotechnological Indigo granules

synthetical indigo solution,40%,

synthetical lndigo solution, 40%, electro-chemicaldyeing process

Alternative Systems for Indigo dying

Define comparable

products

in the eco efficiency portfolio the environ mental impact is plotted against the costs

Electrochemical

Benefit: 1.000 jeans

dyed with

indigo

Solution

Biotechnological

Granules

Plants

In the Eco-Efficiency Portfolio, the Environ-mental Impact is plotted against the Costs

Environ. Impact (normalized)

0,4

High eco-efficiency

1,0

Low eco-efficiency

1,6

The portfolio is based onto a principle idea of Schaltegger and Sturm 1992

1,6

1,0

0,4

Total costs(normalized)

consequences of the analysis
Consequences of the Analysis
  • Construction of a plant for the production of 40% indigo solution (beginning production at the end of 1999)
  • Increased R&D expenditure for the electrochemical process (construction of a pilot plant)
  • Communication with customers and professional circles
  • Success of the measures: Increase of the market share from 2% (1999) to approximately 40% (2002)