BSH Bosch and Siemens Hausgerate is the largest manufacturer of home appliances in Europe and one of the leading companies in the sector worldwide.
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BSH has set itself the target of becoming the benchmark for the sector – including its handling of ecological and social issues within its sphere of influence. In order to capitalize on new opportunities, BSH concentrates on three action areas:
BSH reported the carbon footprint of its Group operating activities for the first time for the base year 2006. The calculation method is in line with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development/World Resources Institute (WBCSD/WRI). The carbon footprint includes all of a company’s CO2 emissions: In addition to the "direct emissions" (Scope 1) of the production and office sites, it also includes the "indirect emissions" (Scope 2) that result from the generation of electricity and heat by external suppliers. A third category (Scope 3) covers "other indirect emissions" caused by travel, customer service activities, and the transport of goods to customers.
The 2010 carbon footprint amounts to 475,000 metric tons of CO2 (adjusted prior-year value: 400,000 metric tons). Around eleven percent of this total comes from direct emissions linked to oil and gas consumption at the BSH factories. Indirect emissions resulting from energy consumption at the production and office sites account for 58 percent of total CO2 emissions. Business travel accounts for around ten percent, goods distribution logistics and customer service activities for 21 percent. BSH started ascertaining the factory-specific carbon dioxide emission values for electricity and district heating using data obtained directly from the power generation companies in 2008. Figures for previous years are based on the country-specific data provided by the International Energy Agency (IEA).
This chart displays the carbon emissions for BSH Bosch and Siemens Hausgerate compared to the average Carbon emissions for the Household Appliances industry sector (Actual emissions published on Ecodesk)
If a company displays a carbon emissions trend higher than the industry average, this often illustrates a greater measurement boundary – i.e. more overall responsibility.View Household Appliances » Find out more about Ecodesk »
Companies in blue have accounted for all 15 subcategories of WBCSD/WRI recommendations for Scope 3 reporting (see "Edit my profile".
Scope 3 means indirect responsibility including manufacturing, use and recycling among other categories). Those in white have not yet accounted for all subcategories. "Accounted for" means either fully reported or not applicable.View Household Appliances » Find out more about Ecodesk »
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|BSH Bosch and Siemens Hausgerate||42,841||11,997,000,000 USD||327,000||3,059,172||–||105,000||View Profile »|
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