Sustainable Practices in IT : Assignment

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SUSTAINABLEPRACTICES IN IT
Table of ContentsTASK 1: POLICY SCOPE..............................................................................................................11.1 Key Stakeholders..............................................................................................................11.2 Issues face by business.....................................................................................................11.3 Responsibility...................................................................................................................11.4 Legislation mandating compliance...................................................................................11.5 Vision...............................................................................................................................21.6 Values...............................................................................................................................2TASK 2: OVERVIEW OF CURRENT SITUATIONS..................................................................23. GOAL AND TARGETS FOR IMPROVEMENTS....................................................................6TASK 4: ACTION...........................................................................................................................64.1 Waste management...........................................................................................................64.2 Energy management.........................................................................................................64.3 Water management...........................................................................................................64.4 Transportation emission...................................................................................................64.5 Purchasing........................................................................................................................74.6: Action Plan......................................................................................................................7TASK 5: COMMUNICATION AND REVIEW.............................................................................75.1 Role and responsibilities...................................................................................................75.2 Competence training and awareness................................................................................85.3 Communication with stakeholders...................................................................................85.4 Barriers to implementation...............................................................................................85.5 Continuous improvements................................................................................................96. MONITORING AND COMPLIANCE.......................................................................................96.1 Compliance.......................................................................................................................96.2 Monitoring........................................................................................................................97. REVIEW AND EVALUATION.................................................................................................9REFERENCE LIST.......................................................................................................................10
TASK 1: POLICY SCOPE1.1 Key StakeholdersKey stakeholders of Kingfisher garden Centre are as following:CustomersEmployeesManagersGovernmentSuppliersThese are main stakeholders of Kingfisher garden Centre. Sustainable policy of companywill affect these persons. Company always try to bring benefit to its stakeholders. By managingstakeholders well it will be able to enhance its sales volume. This would support in retainingcustomers and employees with company for longer duration.1.2 Issues face by businessHigh wastage of water is the main issue in the business. Furthermore, uses of water,energy are high as compare to benchmark.1.3 ResponsibilitySustainability is very important for the Kingfisher garden Centre because t supports infulfilling corporate responsibilities towards society.With the assistance of this act entity can be able to run business legally and ethically.That would minimize further complications of organization.Sustainability increases ability of the firm to comply its practices with regulations. Theseelements look upon the impact of practices on climate, resources etc. thus adoption oflaws supports in integrating sustainability and making positive changes time to time.1.4 Legislation mandating complianceAs per South Australian Plant health Act 2009, the main objective of this act is to provideplants safe environment and keep them away from pests. Furthermore, national waste policy hasbeen made by government. The main purpose of this legislation is to reduce wastage of resourcesand use it for social welfare. Environment protection act 1997 has been made for safeguarding ofenvironment.1
1.5 VisionVision of Kingfisher garden Centre is to provide amazing gardening services tocustomers and create garden spaces to them at affordable rates.1.6 ValuesValues statement of Kingfisher garden Centre is sustainable development of nature andsociety.Improve lives of people by providing them beautiful garden spaces.TASK 2: OVERVIEW OF CURRENT SITUATIONSCurrent performance of Kingfisher's Garden Centre in respect to waste, energy, waterconsumption, emission and procurementEnergyChart 1: Average daily energy usage chartInterpretation: From the above graph it is analysed that average daily usage of energy isfluctuating but it is always high with benchmark. So there is requirement of make modification.In the month of Oct benchmark was 36 KWH daily but it has used 41, same in the monthbenchmark was 38 but Kingfisher's daily uses of energy was 39. Same in the month of Marchbenchmark was 38 but daily usage of energy in the Kingfisher garden centre was 42.Chart 2: Green house emission on monthly bases2
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