Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2020 | Cushman & Wakefield
• Scope 2 emissions presented in this report are market-based emissions, which are calculated using the average electricity grid factor for each region or sub-region. • 2019 inventory adjustments were made to previously reported values to account for methodology improvements to data quality, the addition of new scope 3 categories and removal of subleased space from the scope 1 and 2 inventory boundary into scope 3. • Due to methodology changes and data quality improvements to the inventory, scope 1 and 2 totals reported here differ slightly from the UK annual report.
GRI 303: Water and Effluents and GRI 306: Effluents and Waste 303-3 Water withdrawal 306-2 Waste by type and disposal method
Total weight of hazardous and non-hazardous waste with a breakdown by disposal methods and explanation of methodology used to estimate
Total Hazardous Waste Generated (short tons)
Total Non-hazardous Waste Generated (short tons)
Total Non-hazardous Waste Landfilled (short tons)
Total Non-hazardous Waste Recycled (short tons)
Total water withdrawals (gallons)
Notes: • We use the operational control approach in compilation of our water and waste inventory in accordance with the GHG Protocol accounting principles. All global owned and leased facilities are included. • All water withdrawal information is estimated using industry average intensities by region as we do not have access to reliable measured data at this time. Industry average water estimation intensities from the U.S. DOE's Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS 2012) Table W1, February 2017. • Water withdrawn in areas of water stress is not tracked. • All waste generation and diversion via recycling from landfill is estimated using industry average intensities for large commercial office buildings. Estimation intensities are sourced from the U.S. California Environmental Protection Agency, Integrated Waste Management Board, Waste Disposal and Diversion Findings for Selected Industry Groups, Table 21, June 2006.
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