4. Manufacturing industries

Methodology for Precast Concrete Production using Sulphur Substitute, v1.0

This methodology quantifies the GHG emission reductions achieved by substituting a sulphur product for a proportion for Portland cement when producing precast concrete and other concrete-based products such as pre-cast pipe, paving stones, slabs and tanks.

This methodology was open for public comment from 5 January 2012 until 3 February 2012. Public comments are closed.

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Stantec Consulting
Approval Date
Fri, 05/15/2015

Methodology for Pavement Application using Sulphur Substitute, v1.0

This methodology quantifies the GHG emission reductions achieved by substituting a sulphur product for a proportion of the bitumen binder used in conventional hot asphalt paving.

This methodology was open for public comment from 5 January 2012 until 3 February 2012. Public comments are closed.

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Stantec Consulting
Approval Date
Fri, 05/15/2015

Estimation of Emissions from Storage, Drying and Hot-Mixing of Bitumen in Hot-Mix Asphalt Production

This module provides the calculation methodology for quantifying GHG emissions from the hot-mixing process of hot-mix asphalt production. It applies to projects that conduct stack sampling of hot-mix emissions.

This methodology was open for public comment from 5 January 2012 until 3 February 2012. Public comments are closed.

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Stantec Consulting
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Manufacturing Industries Methodologies

Projects may be developed using a methodology from an approved GHG program.

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Methodology for Fuel Switch to Renewable Biomass for Thermal Applications

The methodology quantifies GHG emission reductions from activities that shift to a renewable biomass from a range of fuels.  Thermal energy in any form is produced by burning carbon neutral renewable biomass. In the absence of the project activity, thermal energy would have otherwise been produced in a more carbon-intensive way.

This methodology is applicable to activites that shift to an alternative production process or to a partial substitution of fossil fuels and/or non-renewable biomass with any combination of renewable biomass in thermal applications.

This methodology was open for public comment from 6 July 2010 until 4 August 2010. Public comments are closed.

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