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					Changing Perspectives. Discovering Potential. Optimising Processes.



         EMAS Verification: Key to Credibility

       How to verify indirect aspects


                    EMAS Verifier Workshop
                     Brussels, 24 June 2003
Changing Perspectives. Discovering Potential. Optimising Processes.




 Company name:      INTECHNICA GmbH
                    Accredited Environmental Verifier Organization
 Presidents:        Dr.-Ing. Reiner Beer, Dr.-Ing. Norbert Hiller
 Foundation:        23th July 1990 in Nürnberg
 Employees:         12
 Contact:           Ostendstraße 181, 90482 Nürnberg, Germany
                    Tel. +49 (0) 911 - 51 33 11, Fax +49 (0) 911 - 51 33 99
                    email: consulting@intechnica.de
                    www.intechnica.de
         Value oriented Management


                Sustainability
                                                     act
    Social Standards            Economics


Material- and Energy-             Integrated
 flow-Management                 Productpolicy

             Managementsystems
       Quality Environment Safety Risk


                                                    react

Environmental   Prevention of Risk   Occupational
 protection                            Safety
                           References

Consulting
adidas-Salomon AG
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche Aktiengesellschaft
Dunlop Slazenger Group, Philippinien and Dunlop Slazenger Group, UK
LEONI AG
JacobsGibb Ltd., Reading, England
Bavarian Ministry of the Environment
Business for Social Responsibility (BSR), Chonburi (Thailand)


Certification EMAS / ISO 14.001
INA-Schaeffler KG, Herzogenaurach
all german, european and worldwide locations
LuK GmbH & Co., Bühl
all German locations, Europe, Brazil, Mexico. USA, India and South Af rica
Texas Instruments GmbH, Freising
DaimlerChrysler AG
Sales organisation Germany
Quelle AG
Germany, Slovakia. Switzerland
Weleda AG, Schwäbisch Gmünd
               Indirect environmental aspects
               Regulation (EC) No 761/2001 ANNEX VI



6.3. Indirect environmental aspects
As a result of the activities, products and services of an organisation
there may be significant environmental aspects over which it may not
have full management control.
These may include, but are not limited to:
(a) product related issues (design, development, packaging,
                            design,
transportation, use and waste recovery
transportation use and waste recovery /disposal);
(b) capital investments, granting loans and insurance services;
(c) new markets;
                                             transport
(d) choice and composition of services (e.g. transport or the catering
trade);
(e) administrative and planning decisions;
(f) product range compositions;
          Indirect Aspect
          Shipping & Transportation




                        Environmental Impact
     Business trips

                                                Supply & Shipment
                            noxious            raw material/ product
                            emission




Employees / Customers
                     Indirect Aspect Transportation
                     Example: Means of Transportation

Specific Emissions per ton and kilometer
g / t*km
10.000
                                                                    CO2
                                                                    NOx
                                                                    CO
                                                                    HC
                                                                    SO2
                                                                    Particles
 1.000




   100




    10




     1




     0
             Plane                 Lorry   Inland navigation   Railway
Indirect Aspect Transportation
Example: International sourcing



   Europe                         product 2
      TPU                         7.500 miles
      8.300 miles                                       Korea     PVC
                                                                  3.800 miles
                    product 1                   China
                                                        Taiwan   Polyester
                    8.300 miles                                  500 miles




South                                             Indonesia
America



    Leather
    10.000 miles
                    Transport distances for product 1 :30.400 miles
                    Transport distances for product 2 : 8.000 miles
                     Transportation - Emission
                     How to audit information


                             Verify     Source of Information
                       Supply Chain     •   Buying department - List of Suppliers
                                            and Materials
             Ordered (used) quantity    •   Buying department - Inventory
              Route of transportation   •   Buying department - business
                                            addresses
                      Transport units   •   Buying department - order list/ order
                                            form
                  Mode of Transport     •   Buying Department - delivery reciept

                  Calculation of Data   •   Buying/Environment Department
                                            computing procedure
Evaluation Basis for Emission factors   •   Environment Department - publicated
                                            Indicators
              Transportation - Emission
              Best Practice



adidas-Salomon AG, GTC Scheinfeld, Germany
Production of high quality footballs

 Change of supplier for sheet materials and purchased dimension

Effect:
    • Reduction of specific waste (cutting scrap) from 30% to 0%
    • Reduction of total transport distance 80%
        -> corresponding reduction of emissions
Impact Emission
Example: Supply of electrical energy
                Indirect Aspect - Productdesign
                Raw material requirements - natural materials

    Raw material                             Cultivation
    consumption
                                               Chemical fertilizer
                           Biodiversity
Extensive farming
                                                    extraction of
                                                    raw material

                                                  Use of
                                                 Herbicides
   Organic
  agriculture
                                          Wild type
           Renewable Resources
                  Raw material - Biodiversity
                  How to audit information


                           Verify      Source of Information
 Initial Status of plant cultivation   •   Buying/Environment department -
                                           official classification of area / own
                                           onsite visit
Internal and external Regulations      •   Environment department -
                                           International environmental
                                           agreements
         Contact with suppliers -      •   Environment department -
                                           Documentation of Environmental
                                           protection measures
 Evaluation Basis for Changes in       •   Environment department -
                       vegetation          Documentation of Data collection
               Raw material - Biodiversity
               Best Practice



Weleda AG, Germany
Production of consumer health and professional care products

 In co-operation with suppliers development and support of
  biodynamic agriculture for natural raw materials (e.g. Herbage, Oil..)
 Cultivation of endangered plants

Effect:
    • Reduction environmental impact caused by conventional
        agriculture
    • Conservation of biodiversity
                      Indirect Aspects
                      Product - Life-Cycle related

                           Environmental Standards
  Materials                        Supplier
Demountability                    Transport
  Recycling

             Development                         Sourcing
               Design
                                                                Production
         Market research
           Marketing
                                     Recycling
                      Removal                                      Storage
   Information
Product information


                                                                 Material
                                Disposal                       management
                                                     Usage
                                                     Service
                   Product - Life-Cycle related
                   How to audit information


                           Verify      Source of Information
                      Supply Chain     •   Buying department - List of Suppliers
                                           and Materials
               Material Information    •   Design & Development-, Buying
                                           department - Database
            Route of transportation    •   Buying department - business
                                           addresses
    Communication with suppliers,      •   Buying department - Dokumentation,
 customers and Recycling industrie         internal requirements
                Product information    •   Sales Department, Marketing -
                                           Documentation
Evaluation Basis for product related   •   Environment Department, Production
                                data
                Life-Cycle - Integrated Product Policy (IPP)
                Best Practice



adidas-Salomon AG, Bavarian Ministry of the Environment
Production of high quality sports shoes

 Performance of a promoted researche project „Integrated Product
  Policy IPP“
Objectives
     – Development of
            Systematics
            Strategy
            Approach

        for formation of life-cycle oriented Productpanel
      – Implementation of findings
      – Portability on other products / industry sectors
                Life-Cycle - Integrated Product Policy (IPP)
                Best Practice



Constitution of Product panel
     Manufacturer
         •   Design & Development
         •   Product Management Footwear
         •   adidas Innovation Team
         •   Footwear Materials
         •   laboratory
         •   Global Technology Center, Scheinfeld
         •   Social and Environmental Affairs
       Materialsuppliers
       Wholesale, Retail
       Consumer
       Recycling industry
       Science
                Life-Cycle - Integrated Product Policy (IPP)
                Best Practice



Target
Reduction of accumulated environmental impact of a product e.g.:


        Reduction of total transport distance
        Substitution of solvents
        Modified use of rawmaterials and supplies
        Modified processes
        Reduction of material variety
        Improved Demountability
        .....
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  Is EMAS dying out?
         EMAS
         Future Development


             Evolution of net EMAS registrations
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May, 27: 3755 EMAS registered organisations
        EMAS
        Demands



 Propagation of positive image

 Propagation of advantage

 Intensification of advertisment

 Implementation of deregulation approach in
  applicable law

 Deregulation only for EMAS registered locations
                   Thank you for your attention!




INTECHNICA GmbH
Ostendstr. 181
90482 Nuremberg
Germany
Tel: +49(0)911-513311
Fax: +49(0)911-513399
e-mail: consulting@intechnica.de
www.intechnica.de

				
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