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FPS Sustainability Series: Calculating your Project’s Carbon Footprint
The UK is committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050. But how do you achieve this on a geotechnical construction site?
This webinar explains why carbon reduction is important and how to reduce emissions by measuring your carbon footprint. The workshop will also guide you through the industry’s leading tool; the EFFC/DFI Carbon Calculator, a free aid which allows the user to assess the carbon footprint of their project.
This webinar discusses :
- What environmental sustainability mean for geotechnical works?
- The drivers behind measuring and reducing the embodied carbon of geotechnical solutions.
- How to use the EFFC/DFI Carbon Calculator to estimate, measure and analyse emissions on a piling or geotechnical project.
- How to compare pre-project projections of carbon emissions, with post project measurements.
To download the free EFFC/DFI Carbon Calculator click HERE and download the link at the bottom of the page.
Steve started his career in ground engineering in 1999. After becoming a Chartered Engineer, Steve acquired Central Piling and has been Managing Director of the company since in 2006. He is a passionate advocate for wellbeing, equality and environmental sustainability, and has prioritised the development of knowledge in these areas during his tenure as FPS Chair.
Ground Engineering Award nominee, David has over 10 years’ geotechnical experience, working in both pre-construction and operation teams. He’s been instrumental in numerous prestigious projects, which have a combined value of over £55m. David devised the idea of the FPS Early Careers Group to provide early career professionals with seminars and workshops designed to aid development.
Luke is a Doctoral Practitioner in Sustainability with Keller and the University of Surrey’s Centre for Environment and Sustainability. His research focuses on identifying and driving sustainability best practices in geotechnical contractors. Luke has authored a number of papers on geotechnical company sustainability and sits on the European Federation of Foundation Contractors sustainability working group.
Martin is a Chartered Civil Engineer and Fellow of the Geological Society with 15 years’ experience. He has held positions in design, pre-construction and onsite operations management, and has worked on projects including Thames Tideway and Lee Tunnels. Martin is a member of the EFFC Sustainability Working Group and was involved with the development of the Foundations C02 Calculator.