Ramboll has been working with Highways England for more than 10 years on sustainability and environmental performance improvement. Tasks have addressed carbon, climate change, sustainability reporting, noise, air quality, water quality, flooding, biodiversity and heritage.
Since the end of the first REAP reporting year, we have been responsible for the external annual monitoring of the progress of REAP signatories on behalf of the European Commission (Directorate General Environment).
Ramboll supported Capco in attaining legislative compliance to the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) energy efficiency scheme and UK GHG reporting requirements, meeting environmental objectives and completing performance reporting standards.
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) is currently preparing marine plans for England including inshore and offshore areas in the north-east, north-west and south-west, as well as the south-east inshore area. The plans will set out how the UK marine policy statement will be implemented in these areas.
With our support, Sigma-Aldrich has progressed their global corporate sustainability program, including supply chain sustainability, lifecycle analyses, water use, energy efficiency, green chemistry and greenhouse gas emissions.
We currently provide oversight for the State of Colorado Energy Office’s energy performance contracting (EPC) program, the third-highest rated program in the US.
We provided strategic and technical support for NGS decision making around the use of recycled paper in the iconic National Geographic magazine.
Ramboll has been awarded a Framework Agreement to provide environmental and social sustainability advice to the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development on its efforts to promote sustainable development of the agribusiness sector in Ukraine.
We are providing technical assistance to the Asian Development Bank (ADB) related to financing low-carbon, climate-resilient urban infrastructure in cities in the Asia-Pacific region.
At full operational capacity, a 24 MW windfarm near Greenock and Port Glasgow will provide enough renewable energy to power approximately 14,800 homes and reduce carbon emissions by roughly 30,000 tonnes each year, when compared to the grid-mix carbon emissions factor.
After almost three decades of producing renewable energy, German onshore wind turbines are finally reaching the end of their life. A strategy for the end-of-life process is required, particularly when it comes to waste management, reuse of valuable materials and a firm political framework.
When a facility relies on water but its low-level location makes it more prone to flooding, it is vital to assess the risk posed by climate change.
Delivering resource efficiency as part of distillery sustainability program: For one of the world’s largest spirits distillers, we identified significant water and energy savings through a series of audits at their North American plants.
The Meridian Water project is one of the largest housing developments in London and the UK and will see up to 10,000 homes constructed over the next 20 years on an 85 hectare brownfield site.
Gullbergsvass is one of seven neighbourhoods in central Gothenburg’s port area to be transformed into the attractive new ‘RiverCity’. Ramboll performed a feasibility study for the 90 hectare district as a basis for stakeholder dialogue on the development. RiverCity promises to position Gothenburg as one of the top five cities in Europe for growth potential.