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PRESENTATION ON ENVIRONMENT management

GROUP MEMBERS:

GROUP MEMBERS GOURI P11 RAHUL P55 KETAKI P17 YOGITA P39

Apple REDUCES ITS GREENHOUSE EMISSION BY FOCUSING ON ITS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENTS:

Apple REDUCES ITS GREENHOUSE EMISSION BY FOCUSING ON ITS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENTS Apple

Apples story of environmental footprint:

Apples story of environmental footprint Apple used a comprehensive life cycle analysis to determine where their greenhouse gas emissions come from. 45% 5% 46% Total footprint 3% 1% MANUFACTURING TRANSPORTATION RECYCLING FACILITY USE PRODUCT USE

APPLES ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY:

APPLES ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY Apple is aware that the most important thing it can do to reduce the impact on the environment is to improve their products. Apple Designed the product to use Less material Ship with smaller packaging Be free of many toxic substances Be as energy efficient and recyclable as possible With every new product, Apple continued its progress toward minimizing environmental impact

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Cont…. About 97 percent of Apple’s carbon footprint is directly related to their products The remaining 3 percent is related to facilities. So while other companies talk about making their offices more energy efficient, Apple is focused on reducing the impact their products have on the environment .

1. Manufacturing:

1. Manufacturing M anufacturing including extraction of raw materials and product assembly. accounts for 45 percent of Apple’s total greenhouse gas emissions INITIATIVE TAKEN BY APPLE 1. Material use. Apple’s designers and engineers have pioneered the development of smaller, thinner, and lighter products. Apples products become more powerful and compact. S tarted using less raw material to produce the product and generating fewer carbon emissions.

Reduction in carbon emission for apple products:

Reduction in carbon emission for apple products

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2. Toxic substance removal by Apple The greatest environmental challenge facing our industry today is the presence of toxic substances such as Arsenic Brominated flame retardants (BFRs) Mercury phthalates polyvinyl chloride (PVC) in products APPLE have worked with its manufacturing partners to eliminate these toxic from their products. Apple sell products free of BFRs and other harmful toxins They have also qualified thousands of components to be free of Elemental bromine and chlorine Every display apple make — whether it’s built into a system or available as a stand-alone — features mercury-free LED backlighting and arsenic-free glass

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2. TRANSPORTATION:

2. TRANSPORTATION Five percent of Apple’s greenhouse gas emissions are a result of transporting their products from assembly locations to distribution hubs. INITIATIVE TAKEN BY APPLE 1. Smaller packaging Apple employs teams of design and engineering experts who develop product packaging that’s as small, light, and protective as possible. This kind of efficient packaging design not only reduces materials and waste, it also helps reduce the emissions produced during product transportation .

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For example, the packaging for the MacBook is 53 percent smaller than for the first-generation MacBook. That means 80 percent more MacBook boxes fit on each shipping pallet, more pallets fit on each boat and plane, and fewer boats and planes are used — resulting in fewer CO 2 emissions.

PRODUCT USE:

PRODUCT USE The use of Apples products generates 46 percent of Apple’s total greenhouse gas emissions . INITIATIVE TAKEN BY APPLE 1. Energy Efficiency . The majority of greenhouse gas emissions is produced when we plug in our products and start using them. That’s why Apple design their products to be as energy efficient as possible. Apple design both the hardware and the operating system, and make sure they work together to conserve power. Ex: Mac mini. uses as little as one-sixth the power consumed by a typical light bulb, and even uses less power than a single 13-watt CFL light bulb, making it the most energy-efficient desktop computer in the world.

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2 . ENERGY STAR QUALIFICATION . Unlike other manufacturers who may have one or a few products that are ENERGY STAR qualified. Every single Apple product not only meets but exceeds the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s strict ENERGY STAR guidelines for efficiency. Apple is the only company in the industry that can make this claim .

CO2 emissions per hour of product use:

CO 2 emissions per hour of product use

RECYCLING:

RECYCLING One percent of Apple’s total greenhouse gas emissions are related to recycling INITIATIVES TAKEN BY APPLE 1 . Product recyclability. Apple’s approach to recycling begins in the design stage Apple create compact, efficient products that require less material to produce. The materials Apple use — including arsenic-free glass, high-grade aluminum, and strong polycarbonate — are highly valuable to recyclers, who can reclaim them for use in new products

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2. Responsible recycling . All e-waste collected by Apple is processed in the region in which it was collected. Nothing is shipped overseas for recycling or disposal. Apples recyclers comply with all applicable health and safety laws. Apple does not allow the use of prison labor at any stage of the recycling process. Nor do they allow the disposal of hazardous electronic waste in solid-waste landfills or incinerators

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Once an Apple product reaches the end of its useful life, we will help you recycle it responsibly …….APPLE Apple has instituted recycling programs in cities and college campuses in 95 percent of the countries Apple recycled more than 130.2 million pounds of electronics from landfills since 1994. Original goal for 2010 was to achieve a worldwide recycling rate of 50 percent. exceeded the goal in 2009, one year earlier than projected, when apple achieved a rate of 66.4 percent. This far surpasses the last reported numbers from Dell and HP, which were each lower than 20 percent. In 2010, apple reached 70 percent recycling success.

WEIGHT RECYCLED PER YEAR:

WEIGHT RECYCLED PER YEAR

3. Longer-lasting products:

3 . Longer-lasting products Apple designs products that last long. The built-in battery of MacBook lineup is a perfect example. Other notebook batteries can be charged only 200 to 300 times. The MacBook Pro battery can be charged up to 1000 times. And because this battery lasts up to five years, MacBook Pro uses just one battery in about the same time a typical notebook uses three. That saves you money, produces less waste, and increases the lifespan of your MacBook Pro

FACILITIES:

FACILITIES Apple’s facilities — including corporate offices, distribution hubs, data centers, and retail stores — account for 3 percent of our total greenhouse gas emissions INITIATIVES TAKEN BY APPLE Energy use. Apple reduces energy use in their facilities by using alternate natural source. Currently, their facilities in Austin, Texas, California, and Ireland, are 100 percent powered by renewable energy — eliminating 19,200 metric tons of CO 2 emissions. Apple has been installing state-of-the-art digital controls High-efficiency mechanical equipment Monitoring technology Use of energy-efficient Apple computers in all facilities.

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2. Employee commuter programs. Apple offers its employees several commute alternatives. Many employees take advantage of their public transportation incentives. Each day, up to 800 Apple employees ride their free biodiesel commuter coaches. Apple estimate that these programs have eliminated the use of 1559 single-occupant cars per day. That’s 10,292 metric tons fewer CO 2 emissions for an entire year, or 38 metric tons per day

Take care of the mother earth and she will take care of you :

Take care of the mother earth and she will take care of you

COCA COLA EHS POLICIES :

COCA COLA EHS POLICIES

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Most popular and largest brand. Beginning in 1886. Largest manufacturer, marketer and distributer of non-alcoholic beverage in the world. Leader in the market till 1977. Returned to home country due to government policy. Successful comeback in 1993.

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES:

Environmental Protection Act 1990 and all other domestic legislation concerned M inimize the risk Have the necessary control measures M inimize emissions of noise, air pollution and waste products Well-Trained Employees Continues monitoring ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT:

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT Tress the activities Rearrange in Better way Environmentally Friendly Substances

CONSERVATION:

CONSERVATION Change in equipment, materials or by supervision. Conservation of water, Electricity and other natural resources

WASTE DISPOSAL:

WASTE DISPOSAL In accordance with legislation , codes of practice Regular monitoring Waste Recycling

EMISSIONS:

EMISSIONS Emissions To Air Emissions To Land

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CONT…. Emission to Land - Waste - Pollutant Litter - Polluting Substances 2) Noise - Major Pollutant - attenuation of noise

Other Control Measures:

Other Control Measures 3) Other Pollutant nuisances - dust - odour - vibration etc. 4) Diesel Equipment - Spillage - “Speedyenviro01”

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CONT…. 5) Training - Managers - Key Personnel 6)Audit 7) Contracts 8) Emergencies

THANKYOU:

THANKYOU

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