Ensuring efficient use of energy and materials.
Resources and energy carriers are becoming increasingly scarce and valuable. Given this, using materials and energy carriers efficiently and avoiding waste and loss is imperative for ensuring competitiveness. The EU Directive 2008/1/EC („IPPC Directive“) requires comprehensive analyses of all energy and material flows to be conducted as part of the approval of new industrial installations and modernisation of existing ones.
By opting for an energy and material flow analysis (EMFA) by TÜV SÜD you systematically identify potential for savings in your organisation and improve resource and energy efficiency.
- Input-output balance – identification of weaknesses
- Carbon footprint – assessment of environmental impacts
- Installation and process design – comparison of scenarios, determination of target values
- Weakness analysis/benchmarking processes/ comparison of procedures
- Polluter-pays principle – allocation of consumption volumes to cost centres
- Material-flow related investment planning – life cycle costing (LCC) – assessment basis
TÜV SÜD services:
- Project selection/project monitoring
- Data collection
- Identification of potential for savings
- Action plan to unlock potential for savings
- Selection of suitable EMFA software
- Support with EMFA implementation
- System maintenance, adjustment to changing operating conditions