Climate change and greenhouse gas emissions are important issues in today’s society. The impacts can have widespread implications on how a business operates.
Impact Zero can audit your energy use and carbon footprint. The audit will identify wasteful usage practices and provide long-term, adaptable and profitable opportunities to improve your sustainability level and reduce your carbon footprint.
For an organisation looking to improve its performance an Energy Audit can help assessing the current energy use and possible opportunities to increase the efficiency of the operation of the organization.
Energy use can be audited through a degree of investigations; from a walk-through of a facility to a comprehensive analysis. Impact Zero can conduct energy audits to identify problem areas and provide strategies to improve energy efficiency in accordance with the AS/NZS 3598:2014 Energy Audits. The audit identifies energy use and cost, from which consumption control measures can be reviewed and implemented.
Impact Zero has undertaken multiple audits on a variety of existing buildings, education and commercial buildings, hospitals, manufactures, aged care facilities across Australia and internationally.
Water efficiency audits are used to determine how water is being used and lost, and provide solutions on how to use water more efficiently.
An Impact Zero detailed audit includes:
Assessment of historical water usage
Assessment of current water usage
Assessment of current water saving measures
Development of innovative water savings solutions (including behavioural and mechanical)
Development of a cost – benefit (volume and savings) analysis
Impact zero specialises in water efficiency audits and aims to identify major cost savings and methods to utilise previously wasted water resources for their clients.
Green Star Rating
The Green Star Environmental Rating System was developed by the Green Building Council of Australia in 2003. Many buildings constructed now are aiming for 6 Star Green Star Certified Rating which signifies ‘World Leadership’ in environmentally sustainable design and/or construction. The higher the rating the greater the perceived value of the building.
The system is used to evaluate the environmental design and construction of a building projects divided in nine categories, including energy and water efficiency, indoor environment quality and materials.
Impact Zero can undertake Green Star Rating assessments for Commercial, Retail Centres, Schools and Universities, Multi-unit residential dwellings and Healthcare facilities sectors:
Accredited Measurement & Verification
The aim of an Energy Conservation Measure (ECM) should be to achieve a saving by reducing the amount of energy used by a particular process, technology or facility. Measurement and verification of ECM performance is conducted over time to ensure predicted savings are maintained.
Measurement and verification can range in complexity from engineering calculations based on metered data to utility sub-metering and calibrated modelling.
Impact Zero can provide measurement and verification to ensure that an implemented energy or water saving scheme is achieving the projected outcomes.
NABERS is the National Australian Built Environment Rating System. In 2000 the Australian Department of Environment and Heritage launched this initiative which rates existing buildings (including government, commercial and residential) on their measured operational impacts on the environment. Environmental impacts assessed include:
Impact Zero can provide NABERS assessments for offices, hotels, shopping centres and residential homes and give guidance to improve the current rating.
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