The Greenhouse Gas Protocol, GHGP, divides indirect and direct emissions into scopes. At FlowCon, we initially consider the cradle-to-gate concept. Cradle-to-gate refers to upstream, meaning from supplier to FlowCon and FlowCon’s internal production and operation.
Scope 1: Direct emissions from operating activities directly handled by FlowCon (gas and diesel)
Scope 2: Indirect emissions from supplied energy (electricity and district heating)
Scope 3: Other direct emissions from operating activities not directly handled by FlowCon (production and transportation from raw material over material processing and machining to semi-finished goods delivered at FlowCon).
It is FlowCon’s decision to include all manufacturing activities under scope 3 to eliminate the impact of insourcing and outsourcing on year-to-year comparison.
FlowCon is devoted to reducing our carbon footprint.
With our commitment to the Paris Agreement, our registered Science Based Target is obligation to reduce absolute Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions 30% by 2030 from a 2018 base-year, and to measure and reduce our Scope 3 emissions.
New Tobolsk Airport in Siberia, Russia
To obtain better temperature control in the terminal building and associated buildings, FlowCon DPCV and dynamic balancing valves are installed…
Colombo City Centre, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Mixed-use complex with apartments, hotel, shopping mall and entertainment
BRICS’ New Development Bank HQ, Shanghai, China
Unique building for a unique purpose - and FlowCon is key supplier of the HVAC valves
eBay Data Center, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
State of the art design including fuel cells, solar panels and FlowCon PICVs….
New College of Engineering and Petroleum at Kuwait University
High level education and high level of temperature control united with FlowCon PICVs