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The EnviroMaster Module

The Klappir EnviroMaster is a SaaS solution (module) on the Core.Klappir.io platform designed to help you create strong infrastructure for smart environmental management and sustainability practices. By streaming or importing operational consumption data into the centralized database of the platform you create a more reliable and detailed overview of your operational footprint. The Dashboard, graphs and charts provide detailed insight and discovery you can then analyse for increasing your operational efficiency by reducing waste and excess consumption.

Streaming transactional consumption data into the Klappir Platform is the best means to ensure consistency, accuracy, and transparency in GHG accounting. By connecting to smart meters and sensors, as well as suppliers and service providers through APIs, user errors are reduced and costs of compiling the emissions inventory is greatly reduced.

Technically you can measure any type of operational consumption and waste production. But let’s start at the beginning to get the consumption data flowing into the system and identifying the assets generating the consumption and waste.

The EnviroMaster module icon is a leaf in the horizontal menu bar at the top of the page. The other icons in the menu bar are other Klappir solutions.

The EnviroMaster Dashboard

EnviroMaster is a collection of all your consumption data presented in a user-friendly interface starting with the Klappir Dashboard. Insights is the menu item for EnviroMaster's Dashboard. Each category, side menu or on the Dashboard, are clickable and open the analytics for each.

EnviroMaster Dashboard

The Dashboard is a clear and comphrehensive overview of your total environmental footprint – that is, the overall sustainability of your operation. This unprecedented overview of your energy intensity should cover your whole business operation.

On the Dashboard you have bar charts for fuel, electricity, waste, hot and cold water, gaseous substances, and heating. Based on the data, we are then able to calculate the CO2 equivalents of your total emissions.

tCO₂e - What are carbon equivalents?

Carbon dioxide equivalents, also written tCO₂e, is a measure used to compare the emissions from various greenhouse gases based upon their global warming potential. To give an example, metan (CH₄) equals 28 tCO₂e and nitrous oxide (N₂O) equals 265 28 tCO₂e.

tCO2e Emisssions chart

The Klappir methodology is based on the three scopes defined in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. The Dashboard displays emissions for all three scopes.

Scope 1: All direct emissions stemming from the activities of an organisation.

Scope 2: Indirect emissions from electricity purchased and used by the organisation. Emissions are created during the production of the energy and eventually used by the organisation.

Scope 3: All other indirect emissions stemming from operational activities, for example through services provided by others. Staff flights are a good example.

Insights

Insights is the term the Klappir EnviroMaster uses for the Analytics breakdowns. Each consumption category includes 3 tabs for the analytics:

  • Overview
  • Summary
  • Transactions

Each of these has a number of filters available for reviewing cumulative data for the year or comparison of specific assets energy intensity.

Fuel

Overview

The first tab view in your fuel consumption is the Overview and here you can deep dive into the fuel data and customise what is displayed on the Overview. The Overview displays the collection of bar graphs with pie charts for analysis. For convenience, you can select Date Range, Asset Types, Asset Groups, and Suppliers for comparison. You can also view your cumulative emissions throughout all the years you have data for.

Overview chart of fuel consumption emissions

This is a great tool for keeping track of how your goals for reducing your footprint are going and spot opportunities for improvement.

Overview of fuel consumption graphs

Choose the date range you want to look at

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and either view all assets or select asset type.

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You can also sort your assets into groups (e.g. by location or organisational structure)

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and view individual assets, such as specific vehicles.

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The fun, however, is in customising what is displayed on the Overview and the deep-diving analysis to discover how to decrease emisssions quickly.

First of all, you can choose what is shown on the bar chart. The X Value and Y Value are the filters used to compare your asset consumption and the emissions released CO₂ equivalents, in tonnes.

Bar chart filters

and you can select both the x value

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and the y value.

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To give an example, this is how the fuel data is displayed when stacked by asset and with x value as months and the y value as carbon equivalents in kg.

Fuel consumption chart by assets

Another example: Here you have an overview which shows the type and amount of both diesel and petrol you are buying from different fuel suppliers.

Overview chart comparing data from fuel suppliers

Experiment with these feature as much as you like and ask our service team for assistance if you need it. We're here to help!

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Summary

View your fuel intensity for individual years, single months or yearly quarters as a summary. The year preceded by the + is a drop-down of the data down to individual assets. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data.

Fuel Summary chart

Transactions

The third tab displays the Transactions data. Here you can review all the transactions for the consumption category. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data. The data can be downloaded directly from here if desired. Use the download icon on the right side to execute.

Fuel transactions by asset list

Electricity

Next you have an Overview of your total electricity consumption and you can deep dive into the electricity usage data. The Overview displays the collection of bar graphs with pie charts for analysis. For convenience, you can select Date Range, Asset Types, Asset Groups, and Suppliers for comparison. You can also view your cumulative emissions throughout all the years you have data for.

Electricity Overview charts

Here is where you can delve deeper into the electricity data.

Choose the date range you want to look at

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and select the unit for displaying the electricity consumption. You can view it in kilowatt-hours (kWh) or have us convert it into kilograms of carbon equivalents (kgCO2e) or tonnes of carbon equivalents (tCO2e).

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You can also select asset groups

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or look at individual assets.

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The analytics tools allow you to compare the energy consumption in different workstations and buildings, compare your electricity consumption over different monthts, quarters and years, and seek opportunities for improvements.

Summary

View your electricity intensity for individual years or yearly quarters. This is a great place for keeping track of how your goals for reducing your footprint are going and helps you spot opportunities for improvement.

Electricity Summary chart

Transactions

The third tab displays the Transactions data. Here you can review all the transactions for the consumption category. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data. The data can be downloaded directly from here if desired. Use the download icon on the right side to execute.

Electricity Transactions list

Waste

Our customers have cut their operational costs by large amounts simply by getting serious about sorting their waste. You can list as many waste types as you need in our system.

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Overview

The first tab view in your electricity consumption is the Overview and here you can deep dive into the fuel data and customise what is displayed on the Overview. The Overview displays the collection of bar graphs with pie charts for analysis. For convenience, you can select Date Range, Asset Types, Asset Groups, and Suppliers for comparison. You can also view your cumulative emissions throughout all the years you have data for.

The X Value and Y Value are the filters used to compare your asset consumption and the emissions released tCO₂e.

Waste Overview charts and graphs

Choose the date range you want to look at

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and the asset group.

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You can also view individual locations

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or several handpicked ones. Here's an example with three locations:

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You can also select the type of waste you want to look at.

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EWC code is the code used to identify waste as listed in the European Waste Catalogue.

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It is sometimes also referred to as LoW (List of Waste) or Waste Classification Code. All waste produced will have a corresponding EWC code.

Finally, you can choose which service providers.

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At the bottom of the waste analytics page you can view in-depth statistics on your waste generation.

Here for two locations:

Waste Overview colorful pie charts

Summary

View your waste generation for individual years or yearly quarters. This is where you keep track of how your goals for reducing your footprint are going and helps you spot opportunities for better sorting your waste as well as reducing it.

Waste Summary bar graph

Transactions

The third tab displays the Transactions data. Here you can review all the transactions for the consumption category. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data. The data can be downloaded directly from here if desired. Use the download icon on the right side to execute.

Waste transactions list

Hot Water

Hot Water consumption data is not common unless you are using geothermal energy to heat your buildings.

Overview

The first tab view in your Hot Water consumption is the Overview and here you can deep dive into the fuel data and customise what is displayed on the Overview. The Overview displays the collection of bar graphs with pie charts for analysis. For convenience, you can select Date Range, Asset Types, Asset Groups, and Suppliers for comparison. You can also view your cumulative emissions throughout all the years you have data for.

Hot Water Overview charts and graphs

Choose the date range you want to review the data from.

Date Range filter

and select the unit of measure for displaying the water consumption. You can view it in cubic meters (m3), liters (L), or use the auto-calculation into kilograms of carbon equivalents (kgCO2e) or tonnes of carbon equivalents (tCO2e).

Unit of measure drop-down list

You can also sort the data by selecting asset groups,

Hot Water Asset Groups filter drop-down list

or review by individual assets for comparison.

Hot Water Assets filter

Insights allows you to compare the water consumption in different workstations and facilities or compare your water consumption over different monthts, quarters and years, in order to discover opportunities for improvements.

Summary

View your Hot water consumption for individual years, single months or yearly quarters as a summary. The year preceded by the + is a drop-down of the data down to individual assets. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data.

Hot Water Summary chart

Transactions

The third tab displays the Transactions data. Here you can review all the transactions for the consumption category. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data. The data can be downloaded directly from here if desired. Use the download icon on the right side to execute.

Hot Water Transactions list by Asset

Cold Water

Cold water consumption doesn't always genereate emissions, but tracking the consumption is important for the organization to discover excess waste.

Overview

The first tab view in your Cold Water consumption is the Overview and here you can deep dive into the water consumption data and customise what is displayed on the Overview. The Overview displays the collection of bar graphs with pie charts for analysis. For convenience, you can select Date Range, Asset Types, Asset Groups, and Suppliers for comparison. You can also view your cumulative emissions throughout all the years you have data for.

Cold Water Overview charts and graphs

Choose the date range you want to review the data from.

Date Range filter

and select the unit of measure for displaying the water consumption. You can view it in cubic meters (m3), liters (L), or use the auto-calculation into kilograms of carbon equivalents (kgCO2e) or tonnes of carbon equivalents (tCO2e).

Unit of measure drop-down list

You can also sort the data by selecting asset groups,

Cold Water Asset Groups filter drop-down list

or review by individual assets for comparison.

Cold Water Assets filter

Insights allows you to compare the water consumption in different workstations and facilities or compare your water consumption over different monthts, quarters and years, in order to discover opportunities for improvements.

Summary

View your fuel intensity for individual years, single months or yearly quarters as a summary. The year preceded by the + is a drop-down of the data down to individual assets. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data.

Cold Water Summary chart

Transactions

The third tab displays the Transactions data. Here you can review all the transactions for the consumption category. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data. The data can be downloaded directly from here if desired. Use the download icon on the right side to execute.

Cold Water Transactions chart

Gaseous substances

Here is where you have an overview of harmful gases which have been released in your operations.

Overview

The first tab view is the Overview of your Gaseous substances emissions. The Overview displays the collection of bar graphs with pie charts for analysis.

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Summary

View your fuel intensity for individual years, single months or yearly quarters as a summary. The year preceded by the + is a drop-down of the data down to individual assets. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data.

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Transactions

The third tab displays the Transactions data. Here you can review all the transactions for the consumption category. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data. The data can be downloaded directly from here if desired. Use the download icon on the right side to execute.

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Heating

Here is where you can view your heating data.

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Overview

The first tab is the Overview of your Heating consumption used for analysis of Heating of your structures.

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Summary

View your Heating intensity for individual years, single months or yearly quarters as a summary. The year preceded by the + is a drop-down of the data down to individual assets. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data.

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Transactions

The third tab displays the Transactions data. Here you can review all the transactions for the consumption category. The filters across the top allow for customized sorting of the summary data. The data can be downloaded directly from here if desired. Use the download icon on the right side to execute.


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Documents

Documents are where you genereate the Statements to be used for the reporting. There templates that are already set up for you to use to produce your desired Statement. The most common Statement is the ESG for reporting according to the new NASDAQ guidelines. A number of KPIs are included in the Statement and customizing the KPIs is an option. Contacting your account manager at Klappir is the only way to add new KPIs and genereate a new Statement template.

Selecting the Statements menu item initiates the generation of the document.

Statements

You can use the EnviroMaster data to generate statements for different reporting standareds, such as ESG, CSR, GRI and more.

The environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria are a set of standards for a company's operations that was devloped and formalized by NASDAQ. The criteria reveals the sustainability and the environmental footprint of the operation of the company in a comparable manner to the annual financial reporting. The ESG Statement template is the primary one available at this time. Contact us if you would like to learn more about performing your ESG Statement or other reports.

You can choose to do statements for each part of the criteria (environmental/social/governance). The statements may cover multiple years, currrent year, quarter of a year, or a single month, by applying the various filters at the top of the Statement. Review each section of the Statement is done through navigation of the heading tabs at the top of the statement.

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Note that you have to manually enter certain information/paradigms, such as number of square meters, equity, number of staff, etc in the Operational Parameters in order for the KPIs to calculate and the Social/Governance reporting too.

The statement can be exported as either Excel file or PDFs (upper right corner).