Envirometer Housing Associations
This pages shows the environmental impact of an average office of a housing corporation, translated into graphs and efficiency indicators by the Envirometer.
The pie chart shows the distribution of the environmental impact. The biggest environmental impact consists of commuter traffic followed by electricity, business traffic and freight transport. Heating, water, waste and office paper are included but have a smaller impact.
The most interesting statistics from the Envirometer for an average housing association office can be found in the table below. After creating your own Envirometer, you can display the averages next to your own results for an easy comparison.
|Energy||electricity / floor space||84||46||kWh/m2|
|natural gas / building content||2.78||0.98||m3 gas eq./m3*|
|Water||water / employee||5.36||2.2||m3/fte|
|Waste||afval / employee||145||38||kg/fte|
|waste separation percentage||40.3||83.9||%|
|Transport||commuting / employee||8.091||2.985||km/fte|
|Fuel business traffic / rentable unit||1.77||0.13||lt. diesel eq/rentable unit|
|Paper||paper purchase / employee||12.1||4.34||kg/fte|
* With ‘fuel’ all energy flows for heating (natural gas, district heating, wood chips) are included, converted to natural gas equivalents.
Source of the average Envirometer
In 2020 Stichting Stimular carried out the Envirometer Benchmark for housing corporations for the second time. Seventeen housing corporations participated with a total of more than 28 office locations. Based on this, Stimular has determined the average environmental score for offices of housing corporations.