Guidance

Carbon emissions calculation tool: Highways England

A tool to calculate carbon emissions for operational, construction and maintenance activities undertaken on behalf of Highways England

Documents

Carbon Tool

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Carbon Tool Guidance

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Carbon Tool E-Learning Training Programme

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Details

Suppliers must report on the carbon associated with activities undertaken on behalf of Highways England by downloading and completing the Highways England carbon tool on a quarterly basis, with an option of submitting monthly.

On completion suppliers must generate an export file using the tool and send this, along with any queries, to sustainability@highwaysengland.co.uk

The carbon tool guidance provides instruction on how to use the carbon tool. It is also important that users refer to an e-learning package.

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Published 12 August 2015
Last updated 7 October 2019 + show all updates
  1. Updated version of the Carbon Tool spreadsheet added
  2. Updated documents added to the page
  3. Updated version of Carbon Tool spreadsheet added
  4. Latest version of the Carbon Tool added
  5. First published.