Direct CO2 emission - Emissions to air of carbon dioxide (CO2) from combustion of fossil fuels and from production process, from sources owned or controlled by a company. Does not include emissions from transport or indirect emissions.
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Due diligence - A systematic, comprehensive and verifiable approach to the management of HSE issues, which is based on an assessment of their likely risks, potential legal liabilities and costs arising from the issues, and is reasonably designed and operated to control and reduce those risks and prevent those liabilities from being incurred.
Direct damage caused by fire - Costs directly attributed to the fire such as replacement value of equipment lost, cost of repairs, loss of feedstock/products, cleanup, emergency response and/ or fines.
Dangerous goods - Transported goods categorized by ADR that have the potential to pose a significant risk to the health and safety of people or the environment.