Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA)+Residential scope 3 carbon emissions from water supply (tonnes CO2e)
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Residential scope 3 carbon emissions from water supply (tonnes CO2e)

What is the total scope 3 carbon emissions from water supply for the residential estate?
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Bath Spa University+Image
Bath Spa University
United Kingdom
8.314
tonnes CO2e 2016
University of Worcester+Image
University of Worcester
United Kingdom
5.465
tonnes CO2e 2015
Bangor University+Image
Bangor University
United Kingdom
34.432
tonnes CO2e 2016
Aberystwyth University+Image
Aberystwyth University
United Kingdom
28.32
tonnes CO2e 2016
Brunel University London+Image
Brunel University London
United Kingdom
106.862
tonnes CO2e 2016
Anglia Ruskin University+Image
Anglia Ruskin University
United Kingdom
10.817
tonnes CO2e 2016
Bournemouth University+Image
Bournemouth University
United Kingdom
10.357
tonnes CO2e 2016
University of Dundee+Image
University of Dundee
United Kingdom
0
tonnes CO2e 2015
Aston University+Image
Aston University
United Kingdom
0
tonnes CO2e 2016

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This field contains data about the scope 3 carbon emissions from water supply for the residential estate. 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: part of the move to mandatory reporting of scope 3 carbon emissions.
Methodology
This conversion will be undertaken by HESA.

This figure is for the scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions (tonnes) from the supply of water for the residential estate only.

The Defra conversion factors and guidance provide the conversion factor that will be used for Residential water consumption as well as supplemental information.
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