Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA)+Non-residential waste mass used to create energy (tonnes)
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Non-residential waste mass used to create energy (tonnes)

What is the total waste mass (in tonnes) from the non-residential estate that is used to create energy?
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Bangor University
2016 = 42.5 tonnes
Brunel University London
2016 = 210.41 tonnes
Bournemouth University
2016 = 170.2 tonnes
University of Dundee
2015 = 108.36 tonnes
Aston University
2016 = 0 tonnes
University of Worcester
2015 = 0 tonnes
Aberystwyth University
2016 = 0 tonnes
Anglia Ruskin University
2016 = 0 tonnes

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This field contains data about the waste mass from the non-residential estate that is used to create energy. The value can be recorded to three decimal places. This is applicable to higher education providers (HEP) in Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Reason required: sector use and benchmarking.
Methodology
This figure is for the waste mass (tonnes) from the non-residential estate that is used to create energy e.g. used for Biomass boilers or CHP. Exclude waste that is incinerated with no energy recovery.

Please note that HEPs in England, Northern Ireland or Wales will need to return a value for this field to ensure that the mandatory field Total waste mass used to create energy is calculated correctly.
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