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  • Wienerberger - RESOURCE EFFICIENCY/ECO EFFICIENCY
    Wienerberger Ensuring our products are as resource efficient as possible A key aspect of the Wienerberger production sustainability strategy is Resource Efficiency minimising the quantity of raw materials energy and water used in the manufacturing process and at the same time increasing the use of suitable recycled raw materials renewable energy and water from non mains sources Wienerberger are working closely with the Green Construction Board the Construction Products Association CPA and WRAP to achieve the objectives set out in the Clay Bricks and Clay Blocks Resource Efficiency Action Plan REAP which was launched in October 2013 This sets out a programme of actions to improve Resource Efficiency throughout the clay bricks and clay blocks supply chain A full copy of the Resource Efficiency Action Plan can be found on the link below As a further development Eco Efficiency is now defined as the combination of maximum Resource Efficiency together with optimum Product Design to give the minimum weight of serviceable product per square metre of walling or roofing This has wide sustainability benefits throughout the supply chain including aspects of delivery and site operations Wienerberger Sustainability Visit the related sections by clicking on the PRODUCTION link on the banner right USE OF RECYCLED RAW MATERIALS MARSS AT WIENERBERGER ENERGY EFFICIENCY AT WIENERBERGER WATER USAGE WATER FOOTPRINT USE OF NON MAINS WATER IN PRODUCTION CARBON DIOXIDE CO2 EMISSIONS EMBODIED CARBON CARBON FOOTPRINT WASTE DISPOSAL TO LANDFILL PACKAGING Wienerberger are working closely with Ceram concerning projects on Lightweighting in order to improve the materials science properties of our products and cut manufacturers costs There are clear sustainability and resource efficiency benefits associated with Lightweighting as discussed in the video clip below Find out more about Porotherm as a Clay Block building material product by following the links from the home page

    Original URL path: http://www.wienerberger.co.uk/resource-efficiency/eco-efficiency.html?lpi=1366208031275& (2016-02-14)
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  • Wienerberger - USE OF RECYCLED RAW MATERIALS (MARSS) AT WIENERBERGER
    UK industry average 2011 data of 9 7 John Sandford Director of Sustainability at Wienerberger Ltd Use of MARSS at Wienerberger the inclusion of recycled raw materials The UK clay brick industry promotes the usage of suitable Materials from Alternative Recycled and Secondary Sources MARSS in clay brick manufacture as a substitute for virgin clay resources On average the Wienerberger Ltd usage of such recycled material in 2011 was 19 7 although this varies greatly from product to product Britlock Graphite In excess of 100 products are available which meet the WRAP guidance as Good Practice ie greater than 10 MARSS content and products are also available which meet the WRAP guidance level as Best Practice ie greater than 30 MARSS content The usage of recycled raw materials is also encouraged wherever possible in all Wienerberger production processes and the Sandtoft roof tiles see image right include a proportion of crushed concrete as a substitute for virgin aggregate Wienerberger s Heckmondwike site manufacture the first recycled slates to achieve excellent BES 6001 status John Sandford Director of Sustainability at Wienerberger Ltd Products manufactured in Holland Renewable raw materials Many Wienerberger products manufactured in Holland use floodplain clay from the banks of the rivers Rhine and Meuse Studies have shown that the deposition rate of sediment in these areas is broadly comparable to the rate of extraction of clays for building products meaning that these raw materials can be considered as a Renewable resource over the human timescale For more details refer to the report below in Related Downloads Sustainability at Wienerberger Related Links Wienerberger MARSS Policy Statement Summary Related Downloads Ceram UK Brick MARRS report 2013 140 12KB Wienerberger Summary of Brick Sustainability Data 51 00KB WIENERBERGER LTD SUMMARY OF CLAY BRICK PRODUCTION SUSTAINABILITY DATA Wienerberger Sustainability Data Summary 160

    Original URL path: http://www.wienerberger.co.uk/use-of-recycled-raw-materials-marss-at-wienerberger.html?lpi=1366208031275& (2016-02-14)
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  • Wienerberger - ENERGY EFFICIENCY AT WIENERBERGER
    a significant proportion of the manufacturing cost for ceramic building materials and reducing energy usage is a fundamental strand of the Wienerberger sustainability policy Usage of energy is closely controlled and energy reduction targets are in place as agreed with UK Government with respect to both Climate Change Levy and the EU Emissions Trading Scheme Long term targets are in place to meet internal Company energy reduction targets and also as part of the wider targets for the European Ceramic industry established in the Cerame Unie Roadmap published in 2012 In October 2015 Wienerberger achieved ISO 50001 certification for the Energy Management System The certification covers the manufacture and distribution of all UK manufactured products including bricks pavers and roof tiles along with the associated office administrative and support functions This comprehensive scope means that Wienerberger s Energy Management System also complies with the requirements of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme ESOS Wienerberger Sustainability Wienerberger are working closely with Ceram concerning projects on Lightweighting in order to improve the materials science properties of our products and cut manufacturers costs There are clear sustainability and resource efficiency benefits associated with Lightweighting as discussed in the video clip below featuring Wienerberger s Phil Noble Construction Systems Director CLICK HERE to view the Cerame Unie Ceramic Roadmap for energy efficiency on their website CLICK HERE to visit the Lightweighting section of the CERAM website to find out more Since 2011 Wienerberger has invested for its combined UK Operations in excess of 10 5 million on measures to improve energy efficiency and a further 1 million on health and safety improvements John Sandford Director of Sustainability Wienerberger UK Sustainability at Wienerberger Related Links WIENERBERGER SUSTAINABILITY ISO 50001 Lucideon Certificates Download the corporate or individual factory certificates for ISO 50001 Wienerberger Operational and Performance Data

    Original URL path: http://www.wienerberger.co.uk/energy-efficiency-at-wienerberger.html?lpi=1366208031275& (2016-02-14)
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  • Wienerberger - OUR USE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY
    sources WIenerberger Working towards more renewable energy In addition to minimising the total consumption of energy it is a fundamental part of the Wienerberger production strategy to maximise the proportion of this energy which comes from renewable sources A significant proportion of the Company s electricity demand already comes from renewable sources and it is the stated objective to work towards a position where more electricity is generated on or adjacent to our manufacturing sites than the electricity we consume therefore we will be a net exporter of electricity In particular this objective will be dependent on obtaining planning approval for wind turbines to provide dedicated electricity to key production sites Wienerberger Ltd has set a long term goal to become a net exporter of electricity This means that more electricity will be generated from renewable sources on or adjacent to our manufacturing sites than the total electricity that we use in production processes Therefore the surplus electricity will be exported to the grid for use by others Harald Schwarzmayr Managing Director Wienerberger Ltd ELECTRICITY The current proportion of renewable electricity used at our UK clay brick manufacturing sites is reported in the download below Wienerberger Summary of Brick Sustainability Data The current proportion of renewable electricity used at our UK roof tile manufacturing sites is reported in the download below Sandtoft Sustainability Data Summary 100 of the electricity used in our UK roof tile manufacturing operations is purchased as Green electricity Additionally all the electricity used to manufacture clay bricks and pavers manufactured at our sister factories in Holland comes from certified renewable sources Harald Schwarzmayr Managing Director Wienerberger Ltd Related Links Wienerberger Operational and Performance Data Related Downloads Wienerberger Summary of Brick Sustainability Data 51 00KB WIENERBERGER LTD SUMMARY OF CLAY BRICK PRODUCTION SUSTAINABILITY DATA Renewable Energy Policy

    Original URL path: http://www.wienerberger.co.uk/our-use-of-renewable-energy.html?lpi=1366208031275& (2016-02-14)
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  • Wienerberger - WATER USAGE/WATER FOOTPRINT
    News Events About us UK Vacancies Newsletter Home WATER USAGE WATER FOOTPRINT WIENERBERGER SUSTAINABILITY How we work to reduce water usage and increase the proportion of water from non mains sources Wienerberger Controling water use in our production The water footprint of clay building products is different depending on the actual production process used for example soft mud moulded bricks have a higher water footprint than extruded bricks Every effort is made to reduce the overall usage of water in the manufacturing process and to ensure that the maximum proportion of water comes from non mains sources ie water recovered from quarry lagoons or other forms of rainwater harvesting New projects are in progress at Ewhurst and Todhills brick factories to reduce water usage and to increase the proportion of water from non mains sources Andrew White Director of Production Bricks Wienerberger Ltd Sustainability at Wienerberger Related Downloads Wienerberger Sustainability Datasheet 2014 160 03KB Wienerberger Summary of Brick Sustainability Data 51 00KB WIENERBERGER LTD SUMMARY OF CLAY BRICK PRODUCTION SUSTAINABILITY DATA Wienerberger Sustainability Data Summary 160 03KB Aggregated annual performance data roof tiles Wienerberger Ceram Water Footprint Report Sandown 264 06KB back to top Our solutions Walls Roof Landscapes Professional

    Original URL path: http://www.wienerberger.co.uk/water-usage/water-footprint.html?lpi=1366208031275& (2016-02-14)
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  • Wienerberger - USE OF NON MAINS WATER IN PRODUCTION
    us UK Vacancies Newsletter Home USE OF NON MAINS WATER IN PRODUCTION WIENERBERGER SUSTAINABILITY Our plans to use 100 non mains water in manufacture by 2015 Wienerberger Striving for 100 non mains water use In addition to minimising the overall usage of water in manufacturing processes it is a fundamental part of the Wienerberger production strategy to maximise the proportion of this water which comes from non mains sources ie abstracted water or water harvested in quarry lagoons or collected by rainwater harvesting This will become particularly important in the future when water resources become scarcer and the priority for water use needs to be given to food production and domestic uses Wienerberger usage of non mains water in manufacture already higher than the UK brick average and plans in place to get to 100 non mains water use by 2015 Harald Schwarzmayr Managing Director Wienerberger Ltd See Related Downloads below for more information Sustainability at Wienerberger Related Downloads Wienerberger Summary of Brick Sustainability Data 51 00KB WIENERBERGER LTD SUMMARY OF CLAY BRICK PRODUCTION SUSTAINABILITY DATA Wienerberger Sustainability Datasheet 2014 160 03KB Wienerberger Sustainability Data Summary 160 03KB Aggregated annual performance data roof tiles back to top Our solutions Walls

    Original URL path: http://www.wienerberger.co.uk/use-of-non-mains-water-in-production.html?lpi=1366208031275& (2016-02-14)
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  • Wienerberger - CO2 EMISSIONS - EMBODIED CARBON - CARBON FOOTPRINT
    WIE Walls Roof Landscapes Professional Market Sectors Walls Roof Landscapes Professional Market Sectors e4 house Case Studies Literature Sustainability News Events About us UK Vacancies Newsletter Home CO2 EMISSIONS EMBODIED CARBON CARBON FOOTPRINT WIENERBERGER SUSTAINABILITY Details of the carbon footprint and content of our bricks Wienerberger Calculating the Carbon An independent study has shown that the average carbon footprint of a UK manufactured brick is 252 kg C0 2 per tonne delivered to site This equates to an embodied carbon content of around 28 kg CO 2 for the clay brick component of one square metre of masonry When the service life and low maintenance is taken into account this relates to a CO 2 contribution of 0 19 kg CO 2 per square metre per year Related Downloads Wienerberger Summary of Brick Sustainability Data 51 00KB WIENERBERGER LTD SUMMARY OF CLAY BRICK PRODUCTION SUSTAINABILITY DATA Wienerberger Sustainability Datasheet 2014 160 03KB Wienerberger Sustainability Data Summary 160 03KB Aggregated annual performance data roof tiles Ceram Carbon Footprint Report 2013 156 68KB back to top Our solutions Walls Roof Landscapes Professional Market Sectors Wienerberger UK e4 house Case Studies Literature Sustainability News Events About us UK Vacancies Newsletter Corporate Information Investor

    Original URL path: http://www.wienerberger.co.uk/co2-emissions-embodied-carbon-carbon-footprint.html?lpi=1366208031275& (2016-02-14)
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  • Wienerberger - WASTE DISPOSAL TO LANDFILL
    tile manufacture produces minimal waste Less than 5 tonnes of waste is sent to landfill for every million bricks or tiles produced All clay waste is recycled within the process and sub standard fired products are used as secondary aggregate or used to surface quarry roads All appropriate wastes are recycled in a responsible manner Sustainability at Wienerberger Related Downloads Wienerberger Sustainability Datasheet 2014 160 03KB Wienerberger Summary of Brick

    Original URL path: http://www.wienerberger.co.uk/waste-disposal-to-landfill.html?lpi=1366208031275& (2016-02-14)
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