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appendices

Appendix 1: List of categories, aspects and examples of indicators

CATEGORY

ASPECT

Product/Service Value

Volume

EXAMPLE INDICATOR

  • Units (e.g. number) sold

  • Statistical Unit (e.g. averaged, indexed)

  • Employees (e.g. numbers, labor hours)

  • Space (e.g. in building management)

Mass

Monetary

  • Quantity (e.g. kilograms) sold

  • Quantity (e.g. kilograms) produced

  • Net Sales/Turnover

  • Gross Margin (Net Sales - Cost of Goods Sold)

  • Value Added (Net Sales - Costs of Goods Pur chased)

  • Income / Earnings / Profits

  • Share Value

  • Liabilities (e.g. Insurance Costs)

  • Reserves / Provisions

  • Investments and Write-offs

  • Costs (e.g. Cost of Goods Sold, Pr oduction, Energy, Materials, Waste

Disposal, Pollution Control)

Product Performance (e.g. laundry loads washed, number of diapers

used in a baby’s life time) Services Delivered (e.g. standard banking transactions) Agricultural Yield (e.g. bushels harvested) Agricultural Effectiveness (e.g. hectares treated) Product Durability/Lifetime (e.g. vehicle miles traveled)

Transport Capacity (e.g. ton-kilometers, passenger-kilometers)

Function

Other Potentially Relevant Information

Note: Function describes the functional value of a pr oduct/service to the end-user. As a result, they are highly specific and can only be used for individual products and services.

  • Product Price

  • Market Share

  • Margins

  • Market Mix

Product/Service Creation Environmental Influence

Tons consumed Type (e.g. tons of raw material, indir ect/ancillary materials) Source (e.g. tons of renewable, non-renewable, recycled, virgin,

extraction rucksack)

Characteristics (e.g. tons of materials with cer tain environmental safety/risk characteristics)

Energy Consumption

Materials Consumption

  • Gigajoules consumed

  • Fossil Fuel Type (e.g. gigajoules of coal, natural gas, fuel oil, etc.)

  • Source (e.g. gigajoules of renewable, non-renewable)

  • Emissions (e.g. tons of SOx, NOx, VOC, gr eenhouse gases)

Natural Resource Consumption

  • Tons consumed (e.g. water, wood, minerals)

  • Source (e.g. tons of renewable, non-renewable,

fresh surface water, salt water)

m3 of groundwater,

  • Land Use (e.g. hectares of biodiversity/species conservation habitat)

  • Non-process Water (e.g. m3 of utility, product consumption)

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