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COMMUNITY-LEVEL GHG
INVENTORY FOR LOCAL
GOVERNMENT UNITS
IN THE PHILIPPINES
USER’S MANUAL

THE CORE MODULES SERIES

The Communities for Resilience or CORE Program is a flagship capacity-building
program of the Climate Change Commission (CCC) for local governments launched in
2016. CORE aims to help local communities adapt to climate change, reduce disaster
risk, and acquire enduring resilience. It does so by promoting science-based local
development planning through training, peer-to-peer learning, and expert mentoring by
academic institutions.

To this end, CCC developed The CORE Modules Series, a series of instructional
training modules designed to enhance the competence and proficiency of national and
local policymakers and planners in risk governance, particularly in policy development,
planning, programming, and budgeting for climate change adaptation and mitigation, and
disaster risk reduction.

Introduced as an initial set of seven modules,The CORE Modules Series offer tools
and methodologies that had been pilot-demonstrated in several cities and municipalities
of the country. Lessons from their application were carefully considered in developing
the modules. The National Panel of Technical Experts of the CCC vetted and endorsed
The CORE Series modules in November 2017.

The CCC will continually enhance these modules as new knowledge and innovative
approaches to building community resilience emerge. Eventually, videos and best
practice case studies shall accompany these modules to make the training and learning
processes more efficient and effective.

Now, The CORE Modules Series are all yours to help make your community
resilient to disasters and climate change! Access and download them at the CCC
website, www.climate.gov.ph.

Acknowledgement
This publication is part of the CORE Modules Series initiated and
developed by the Climate Change Commission (CCC). This series of
instructional training modules is developed based on scientific research,
available literature, relevant works of experts, and the technical advice
of the National Panel of Technical Experts of the CCC.

The CCC gratefully appreciates the collaboration and contribution of
the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and
the Building Low Emission Alternatives to Develop Economic Resilience
and Sustainability (B-LEADERS) Project in developing the initial set of
CORE Modules Series.

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Pablo (2012). on our agriculture. Ondoy (2009). Studies from the Philippine Atmospheric. the CCC initially brings its flagship capacity-building program on climate change to 48 provinces. All in all. especially in areas that are highly susceptible to the impacts of climate change. and other water. extreme weather events. and ecological and environmental stability. it seeks to build on existing partnerships. the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction identified three non-climatic factors responsible for the continuing escalation of disaster risks worldwide. The CORE Program aims to strengthen the risk governance. and harmonize different approaches from various sectors. water and coastal resources. 56 cities. health. Changes in temperature and precipitation patterns. and declining ecosystems. adopt tested tools and methodologies. Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration and the University of the Philippines have also shown that current and future shifts in temperature and rainfall regimes will have significant impacts. vulnerable rural livelihoods.Preface Efforts to defeat poverty and promote social justice will be difficult to sustain unless measures are undertaken to help poor and highly vulnerable communities adapt to climate change. including non-government i . The country has already made progress in confronting climate change since the enactment of the Philippine Climate Change Act in 2009 and the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act in 2010. destructive weather events will continue to pose a direct threat on our people and overall socio-economic development. most notably in developing countries. sea level rise. and 777 municipalities that are vulnerable to climate change. The CCC understands that building resilience requires a whole-of-society approach and that the starting point for this is the integration of climate change adaptation and mitigation (CCAM) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) into the development policies. and extreme weather events can easily undermine development gains that the country has attained in recent years. energy sufficiency. and Frank (2008). The CORE Program neither aims to reinvent the wheel nor duplicate past and ongoing efforts by other government and non-government actors in the climate change and disaster risk reduction and management communities. drought. Rather. the Climate Change Commission (CCC) has been relentless in promoting climate change action on both domestic and international fronts. Because of inherent “multidimensional inequalities. As early as 2009. plans and programs of the national government and local government units (LGUs). human security.6 million Filipinos living in coastal areas across the archipelago. forestry. These are poor urban governance. It is in this context that the CCC conceptualized and implemented the Communities for Resilience Program or CORE Program. Sendong (2011). Meanwhile. From our country’s experience with typhoons Yolanda (2013). rain-induced floods. For its part.and weather-related hazards. mostly adverse. and overall resilience of LGUs along the country’s 18 major river basins – areas which are sensitive to temperature changes. This challenge even becomes more daunting as we center rebuilding efforts on making communities more resilient to both sudden and slow onset of the impacts of climate change. and urban areas – bearing serious implications on our food and water security. science-based planning capacity. sea level rise. we already know that reconstruction costs take a substantial chunk off of our national budget. The Philippines posting the highest average increase in sea level since 1901 immediately puts at risk 13. with the goal of covering all the 80 provinces and 1745 LGUs and cities as it rolls-out the CORE training and capacity building initiatives. But much remains to be done.” the poor and highly vulnerable communities end up experiencing more the adverse impacts of climate change.

Greenhouse Gas Inventory.and risk-based action planning for climate change to strengthen their capacities in guiding local decision makers and LGU planners on Vulnerability and Risk Assessment. This publication is among The CORE Training Modules that shall come in series. Environment and Natural Resource Accounting. and on accessing climate finance such as the Peoples Survival Fund. private sector and the academe. and efforts of all stakeholders concerned is a key implementation strategy of the CORE Program. it is hoped that this would serve as a useful and practical guide as they prepare or enhance their Local Climate Change Action Plans (LCCAP). in particular. To LGUs. Fostering and facilitating the convergence of expertise. Under the CORE Program. private sector. Natural Resource Assessment. among other technical capacities. resources. Climate Change Expenditure Tagging. as well as among teachers and students in all levels. organizations. civil society. State Universities and Colleges. The menu of methodologies and tools presented in these instructional training modules is intended to raise national awareness and competence on climate change actions among national and local government institutions. and communities. that supports local climate change initiatives. Geographical Information System. regional academic institutions will undergo training in science. tools development. ii . and capacity building. will be tapped for their resources and expertise on research.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . Steps to Input Data in the Spreadsheet �������������������������������������������������������������������� 34 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Policies / Rationale . . . . . . . . . . 47 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Purpose . . .5 Agriculture . . . 6 II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 4. . . . .4 GHG Accounting Protocols and Principles . . . . . . . . . .6 Solid Waste . Data Sheets B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1.9 Industrial Processes and Product Use . .8 Forest and Land Use Change . . . . 59 Annexes������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 60 A. . . . . 15 3. . . . . . . 3 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 2. . . 5 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 3. . . . . . . . . . . 30 3. . . . .5 Agriculture . . . . 5 1. 10 3. . . . . . . . . . 1 1. . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Stationary Combustion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 IV. . . . .1 General Guidelines on Activity Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Wastewater . . . . 1 1. . . . . .4 Software Version with Macros Enabled . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 3. 28 3. . . . . . . . . . . . Activity Data Collection������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10 3. . . . .2 Color-coding Scheme . . . . . . .5 GHG Inventory Management and Reporting Process . . . . . 7 2. . 18 3. . . .7 Wastewater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 2. . . . Potential Data Sources C. .3 Scope and Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Mobile Combustion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Mobile Combustion . . . .6 Solid Waste .2 Stationary Combustion . . . . . . . . . . . . by Source .8 Emissions Summary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 3.8 Data Quality Management . . 40 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . INTRODUCTION ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 1 1. . . . . 35 4. . . . .4 Electricity Consumption . . .6 GHG Emissions Quantification . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 4. . . . . The GHG Inventory Quantification Support Spreadsheet�������������������������������������������� 7 2. . . . .7 Quantification of GHG Removals by Sinks . . . . .Contents Preface����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� i I.1 Basic Parts of the Spreadsheet Screen . . . .9 Reporting GHG Emissions and/or Removal by Sinks . . . . . .3 Worksheets . List of Existing IPPU Categories in the Philippines iii . . . 43 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 III. . . . . . . 37 4. . . . . . . . . . . . .1 General Overview Worksheets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Electricity Consumption .

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alone document. the lead policymaking body of the government that is tasked to coordinate. It includes emissions from activities within an LGU’s jurisdiction. Section 3. declares that it is the policy of the This User’s Manual is accompanied by a GHG Philippine Government to strengthen. quantifying. Inventory Quantification Support Spreadsheet consolidate. Memorandum community-wide GHG emissions. but may be included in later versions as greater understanding of LGUs’ experiences in these Development of a greenhouse gas (GHG) categories become available. The two implementation of plans and programs to address go hand-in-hand. inventory11 is an activity that can support better planning for mitigation options that LGUs can implement. Thus.I.3. monitor. such as energy. industry. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 1 . the Spreadsheet and the User’s (LCCAP) that is consistent with local and national Manual aim to facilitate and institutionalize the policies and frameworks. collecting and managing data. climate change in the context of sustainable While the Spreadsheet can be treated as a stand- development.3 Scope and Limitations Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG). capacity-building efforts related to GHG inventories are being supported by the Climate Change Commission (CCC). 1.1 Policies / Rationale waste.5 of the Memorandum A number of categories of emission sources Circular strongly suggests LGUs to identify within the community level are included in this mitigation options to help reduce their carbon version of the User’s Manual and the Spreadsheet. and evaluate programs and action plans of the government related to climate change. the User’s Manual explains. and 1. INTRODUCTION emissions from sources and/or activities in different sectors within the community. as amended in 2012 (RA 10174). The Climate Change Act. and institutionalize government <filename: Spreadsheet for Community-Level initiatives to achieve coordination in the GHG Quantification in the Philippines>. including 1   A GHG inventory is an accounting of GHGs that are emitted to and/or removed from the atmosphere over a period of time. and complement each other. the information required by Section 14 of this Act specifically recognizes the the Spreadsheet and provides step-by-step role that local government units (LGUs) play in instructions that are especially helpful to first- mainstreaming climate change efforts within the time users. transportation. agriculture. integrate. A community-level inventory is a useful planning tool in developing mitigation actions for the entire community. in simple terms.2 Purpose This User’s Manual provides a step-by-step guide for LGUs to quantify and manage information and data related to the development of their community-level GHG inventories. Circular No. and reporting of an LGU’s To complement this Act. 2014-135 or the Guidelines for the Formulation of the LCCAP was released by the 1. footprints and contribute to efforts in addressing Other categories are presently not included climate change. government and requires them to formulate and implement local climate change action plans Collectively. process of planning.

others (e. a given source are desirable. 2 . in other • Stationary Combustion from commercial cases. • Mobile Combustion 1.)) options to address better accuracy needs. the specific data to be collected and the conduct of this type of inventory is the IPCC the sources from which they are to be collected (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) are identified and defined in both the User’s Guidelines for National GHG inventories.g. the Global Protocol for Community- data considered are from the same source that Scale GHG Emissions (GPC) is also used. The main reference document for categories. However. Manual also presents optional or alternate mass rapid transit etc. particularly the the community geopolitical boundaries) Memorandum Circular No. some cases. The following categories of emission sources are provided them for use in the development of considered in this version: LGU GHG inventories under USAID’s previous capacity-building efforts. In Manual and the Spreadsheet. streetlights. Thus. 2014-135 or the Guidelines for the Formulation of the LCCAP. Thus. do • Wastewater Treatment and Discharge not require but rather encourage GHG reduction • Agriculture (crops and livestock) efforts from LGUs.4 GHG Accounting Protocols and • Solid Waste in Landfills (including GHG Principles emissions from solid waste produced from within the community but landfilled outside Present government policies. more specific data that can lead to a more and residential buildings accurate quantification of GHG emissions for • Purchased Electricity (commercial buildings. this User’s residential buildings. In most cases. rules governing the • Industrial Processes and Products Use for conduct of GHG inventories are dependent on Selected industries the choices made by the LGUs but are anchored on internationally-recognized standards • Forestry and protocols on a community-level GHG In order for LGUs to accurately account for these accounting.

and take into consideration relevant local and national regulations. consistency. . applicable. accuracy. Meanwhile. emission factors. Often. Accuracy should be sufficient to give Accuracy decision-makers and the public reasonable assurance of the integrity of the reported information. This should be Comparability reflected in appropriate choice of emissions or removal categories and in the use of the same reporting guidelines as that of other LGUs. .Guidelines from both these documents are used indicators of GHG inventory qualities. it provides Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 3 . trade-offs are good-practice approaches in ensuring the quality encountered in applying these principles. in this Manual as well as in the Spreadsheet.Emissions calculations shall be consistent in approach. Consistent methodologies for calculating GHG emissions Consistency will enable meaningful trend analysis over time. data quality management) Reporting Process • Reporting LGUs who wish to conduct their GHG inventories • Improvement o Finalization are expected to go through the following process: Both the Manual and the Spreadsheet are guided by this process of the GHG inventory but puts • Planning and Design special emphasis on data quantification and • Implementation (data collection. The information should be sufficient to enable individuals outside of the inventory process to use the same source data and derive the same results.All emission sources within the inventory boundary shall be accounted Completeness for. All exclusions need to be clearly identified and justified. consistency. transparency.The calculation of GHG emissions shall not systematically overstate or understate actual GHG emissions.The GHG inventory shall be reported in a way that allows it to be compared with other inventories from other LGUs. boundary. and comparability as inventories. . The following principles have governed past LGU GHG inventories and are used as guides in this Manual and Spreadsheet: . completeness. Any exclusion of emission sources shall be justified and clearly explained. when the GPC has identified the principles of relevance.The reported GHG emissions shall appropriately reflect emissions occurring as a result of activities and consumption from within the city’s Relevance geopolitical boundary. The IPCC has is necessary for LGUs to decide which among identified the principles of transparency. The inventory shall also serve the decision-making need of the local authority. emission sources. so it of the GHG inventory report. Nevertheless. and methodology. these will have more weight as they conduct their completeness.Activity data. . accuracy.5 GHG Inventory Management and emissions. calculating quality management. and accounting methodologies shall be adequately documented and disclosed to enable Transparency verification. Local authorities shall reduce uncertainties in the quantification process to the extent that it is possible and practical. 1. documentation of reductions. and measurability as indicators in the The IPCC Guidelines and the GPC have provided conduct of the inventory. and comparisons between LGUs. .

a completely filled-out LGUs need to go through. which complies with all the steps in through this process at its own pace.6 GHG Emissions Quantification In order to understand the data needed to Activity Data (A) is any data that pertain to the quantify GHG emissions. will allow LGUs to experience going on factors such as human resources. an overall idea of the inventory process which technical capabilities. budget. 1. etc. 4 . and through the wholecycle. These can be volume of fuel (measured computing for GHG emissions: in liters). Thus. amount of electricity usage (measured in kilowatt-hour) or distances travelled (measured GHG Emission = Activity Data x Emission Factor in kilometers). depending the manual. weight of fuel (measured in kilogram units). Each LGU will go Spreadsheet. LGUs need to know magnitude of human activity resulting to GHG the general quantification equation used in emissions.

so additional computations ascertain whether there were data that were are needed.e.Emission Factor (EF) is the average emission rate of a.7 Quantification of GHG Removals they will put (i.68 kg CO2/L The current version of the Spreadsheet and the Manual only considers the first process Values/answers (Changes in forest/woody carbon stocks) since Salient points of based on the the methodology for it is simpler and data are EF definition question available. LGUs are not expected to have contribution of these forests in their GHG QA/QC procedures in place. The table below dissects this definition and gives b.68 kg of CO2 per liter of diesel. However. The net carbon emissions or removal of the Spreadsheet (visualization provided below) the forest and land use sector is dependent on requires answering questions such as “How Much two basic biophysical processes:2 data uncertainty these data have?” or provide for the “basis of data uncertainty” as shown below: 2  Tracking Greenhouse Gases: An Inventory Manual. EF values are not readily available for It is important to have QA/QC checks to the given activity data. decay. how relevant the data is) on those particular data when making decisions. relative to units to the net annual biomass growth of existing ofactivity. EFs are taken from published LGUs may implement in the future. forest and non-forest stands. biomass regrowth in abandoned lands. Changes in forest/woody carbon stocks due a given GHG for a given source. Therefore.68 kg CO2/L of set and/or improve an LGU’s internal procedures rate” diesel and systems for collecting and managing GHG emissions-related data. 3  Quality Assurance is a planned system of review procedures conducted by personnel not involved in the inventory development process. The data quality Activity data may be within the control of the management concepts also identify opportunities LGUs or can be gathered from published local or for improvement as well as best practices that national databases. These are always expressed as ratios. national or international guidance documents. especially for those inventories. the LGUs should focus only on gathering and making sure that the activity data Knowing the probabilities of how much of the are complete and accurate. Quality Controlis a system of routine technical activities implemented by the inventory development team to measure and control the quality of the inventory as it is prepared (2006 IPCC Guidelines) Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 5 . them. and possible For example.8 Data Quality Management Apart from GHG emissions quantification. (p. procedures may be devised or they can remove GHG emissions by absorbing to ensure the quality of data. 122). LGUs a gauge of the accuracy of their data and will aid them in determining how much weight 1. “given GHG” CO2 1. Meanwhile. they can be a source of greenhouse gas emissions for some LGUs. “given source” Diesel special emphasis is made on quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC)3. Land use and forest conversion practices which an example: affect the carbon chemistry of the atmosphere via biomass burning. Answer: 2. but the Spreadsheet has collected incorrectly stated or were omitted that may and encoded these formula for all major GHG cause emissions to be misrepresented and thus sources of emissions. For these LGUs. These data “Unit of activity” Liters quality management concepts are included in the Spreadsheets as well as in this User’s Manual to “Average emission 2. Guidelines on activity data collected were misrepresented will provide data collection are found in Chapter 3. Sometimes. 2. Forests are unique in the sense that generating first-time inventory reports. and soil carbon Question: What is the EF of Diesel? release and uptake. potentially influencing decisions or actions taken by the users of the GHG inventory report. by Sinks LGUs with forests need to look into the For starters.

It can also be wide GHG emissions by sources is automatically a good starting point for LGUs to improve upon calculated. but LGUs may opt not as well as optional steps to cater to more to answer them for the time being. but are essential for QA/QC. advanced information 1. Below is an example of a GHG Emission Summary Table 6 . The reference for LGUs of their emissions by advantages of using this template include: sources. an overall GHG Emissions and predefined template which LGUs can use in Removals by Sinks Summary for community- reporting their GHG inventories. • Accommodates varying levels of capacities Hence. Account or File Date Transcribed Corresponding Quality Basis of Data Data Uncertainty Code Where from Survey or Control (QC) Reference Uncertainty Data is Stored Data Sourced in Applicable Checklist Note that these questions or information do not • Concise format allows LGUs to focus on data affect the calculation of the GHG emissions in collection and improving data quality the Spreadsheet. guidelines are provided in the User’s between LGUs by providing essential steps Manual when applicable.9 Reporting GHG Emissions and/or • Standardized format allows comparison of results among LGUs Removal by Sinks • Once data are properly inputted in the The Spreadsheet can be considered as a Spreadsheet. This snapshot provides an easy as data and emission factors are improved.

4  World Resources Institute. The GHG Inventory Scopes establish the inventory boundaries so that GHG emissions to be accounted for and reported Quantification Support in the inventory are clearly stated. the proportion of total emissions considers GHG emissions from forestry and not the removal by sinks. There are 3 scopes used in the inventory Inventory Quantification Support Spreadsheet. Excel software. it is important to first understand the basic features of the Spreadsheet before proceeding • Scope 1: All direct emissions from sources with the inventory process. Similarly. they appear on the screens: including trans-boundary emissions due to exchange/use/consumption of goods and services It is best practice for LGUs to report all of their Scopes 1 and 2 emissions.Emissions are classified according to SCOPES. reporting4: Thus. The following are the basic parts outside the boundary as a result of activities of the Spreadsheet and their specific functions as within the community’s geopolitical boundary. This software should be installed in the LGUs’ computers in order to use the • Scope 3: All other indirect emissions that occur Spreadsheet. so they are also commonly reported. within the geopolitical boundary of the community. Take note that the Total GHG emission reflected in the summary includes emissions from the forestry sector but excludes removals by sinks. Scope 3 emissions are also relevant. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 7 .(2001).1 Basic Parts of the Spreadsheet • Scope 2: Energy-related indirect emissions Screen that occur outside the community boundary as a consequence of consumption/use of grid. 2. The Spreadsheet was made using Microsoft supplied electricity. Boundaries Spreadsheet define the scale and reach of emissions that will be included by the LGU in its GHG inventory This User’s Manual complements the GHG Report. This way of presenting the results will ensure the inclusion of all GHG emission sources necessary for the LGUs to identify and prioritize mitigation actions within their communities. especially those on waste. II. World Business Council for Sustainable Development.

elec data –owned etc). data sheets are worksheets that are used for Data Sheets data collection purposes.ZZ100…) An active cell is a cell outlined by a black/ dark blue border. B.g. It is the intersection formed by a column and a row.ZZ100…) An active cell is a cell outlined by a black/ dark blue border.g. A rectangular box which stores data. Formula Bar The space where data or formula used in active cells are displayed A single page composed of many cells arranged in a grid pattern. Vertical grid pattern in an Excel worksheet. it displays the name of a specific Tab worksheet (e. They are governed by color-coded “rules” and LGUs are required to follow the step-by-step procedures in order to fill them out. using columns and rows. Each worksheet contains information.g. A1. C…. Spreadsheet Spreadsheet is a collective set of worksheets Found at the bottom of the worksheet. J75…. Worksheet and formula. data. For our own purposes.. J75…. summary. Each column is denoted by a Column capital letter (e. Each cell can be uniquely identified by its column and Cell row (e. ZZ…) A rectangular box which stores data. 8 .g. Data can be typed here. Each cell can be uniquely identified by its column and Row row (e. A1. A. Data can be typed here. It is the intersection formed by a column and a row.

Sometimes. yellow tabs and (light) yellow 2. 22 of which are colored tabs and cells. For starters.3 Worksheets cells indicate data inputs. Thus. These yellow worksheets are data input orange and (light) green only after doing the worksheets and require data from the LGUs. clicking these symbols allows (×ØÙÚ) the user to view the tabs that are not currently shown. The tabs. Each of these yellow worksheets corresponds to a particular LGUs’ source of emissions. affect the whole Spreadsheet. Users are required to fill these out. it is highly recommended Note that the Spreadsheet contains 45 that LGUs only concern themselves with yellow worksheets (or 45 tabs). 2. found at the bottom part of are clicked. Users may go ahead and alter the yellow. an arrow (Ú) automatically appears on the lower right Drop-down portion of an active cell. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 9 .2 Color-coding Scheme The Spreadsheet uses the following color-coding scheme for easy reference: As a general rule. Arrows Found at the lower left of the worksheet. Click on the arrow to view the menu/list and select applicable data. Extra caution is needed to prevent the screen (visualization provided below). They are easy to identify not guide in Chapter 4 and by collecting as much data only because of their colours but by the formula as possible by following procedures outlined in that appears in the formula bar when active cells Chapter 3. yellow ones. identify accidental deletion of these formulas as they may the worksheets. This signifies the presence of a drop-down menu menu. it is Blue and grey cells contain values that are in good practice to fill out as many of these yellow default or were automatically computed or copied cells as possible by following the step-by-step from other cells.

datasheet templates level inventory may be incorporated with other are presented so that LGUs can focus on actual surveys being conducted within the LGU7. Macros is a function in Excel that allows it to should be derived from the following: create repetitive tasks and standardized formats. when complete. it is recommended that LGUs use the 1. outside LGU boundaries. Census or Sampling most recent version of Microsoft Excel when 2. 6   Sampling is a process of choosing a representative sample from a target population 7   An example of this survey is the local census periodically done by the LGUs 10 . National or regional consumption data of the using this Spreadsheet. Census or survey III. 5   Census is a procedure of systematically collecting data from a whole population. The survey Activity data are almost always unique to any for activity data needed for the community- LGU. and are meant to be used to summarize and record data collected from surveys conducted or to be conducted by LGUs.4 Software Version with Macros 3. but in this Chapter. The purpose of this simplified approach is for the LGU to first gather the correct data and. Hence.1 General Guidelines on Activity Enabled Data Note that the Spreadsheet has codes or “Macros” Activity Data (A) for community-level inventory in it. These datasheets are designed to mirror the worksheets found in the Spreadsheet. Activity Data Collection Activity data can be collected by conducting a This Chapter presents a step-by-step procedure survey using a census5 or sampling6 method within in identifying and gathering the correct data the geopolitical boundaries of the LGU or. in needed for the GHG community-level inventory. to maximize the use of Philippines Macros. 2. data gathering. A compilation of the Data Sheets used in this Chapter is found in Annex 1: Data Sheets. input them in the Spreadsheet. some cases.

fuel use for generators. the LGU may proceed directly Transportation Office (LTO). restaurants. This training was supported by the USAID. and kerosene for lighting.g. and statistical to the emission data sources and will need to office such the Philippine Statistics Authority skip some of the columns in the Spreadsheet that (the newly created office which covers the are not applicable. If the LGU does not have household and/ Natural Resources (EMB-DENR) or the Land or vehicle survey. ‘sari-sari’stores ) in Kalayaan were asked to include total consumption in their responses. National Statistical the guide on the steps to follow for computing Coordination Board and Bureau of Agricultural emissions depending on the data collection Statistics) may be able to provide information approaches adopted. Thus. Laguna experience A census. who were all working full-time for the municipality as interns for the summer. was conducted for its first inventory. The census was conducted from May to June 2012 during the summer season in the Philippines. fuelwood.966 households of Kalayaan. A total of 11 surveyors. and charcoal for cooking. thirty (30) students doing their on-the-job training in the municipality under the Special Program for the Employment of Students (SPES) were tasked to assist the 11 surveyors. National or regional consumption data of the Philippines Government agencies such as the Department The Spreadsheet has been developed using of Energy (DoE). kerosene. Questions on the monthly consumption of the following were included in the census: LPG. In addition. needed for the Community-Level Inventory. each surveyor had a team of at least two members when carrying out the task. Prior to the conduct of this census. The Kalayaan GHG Inventory Team oversaw the process of surveying and encoding the data. were tasked to carry out the census in the three barangays. Respondents who own or operate businesses (e. The Planning Office of the LGU may also have data on household and commercial establishments within the geopolitical boundaries of the LGU. Environmental Management activity data based on household and vehicle Bureau of the Department of Environment and surveys. the Kalayaan GHG Inventory Team undertook training with the faculty of the University of the Philippines–Los Baños on how to formulate survey questionnaires. The decision tree will provide National Statistics Office8. which covers the entire 4. Municipality of Kalayaan. 8   National Statistics Office conducts the Household Energy Consumption Survey(HECS) Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 11 .

Philippine Statistics Authority. Planning Division or Business Licensing Division for commercial Step 3 establishments). 3. Datasheet 3. format of Datasheet 3. other government the residential sector based on the suggested offices.1 List of households included in the inventory per district/barangay. within the LGU boundaries from the concerned such as personnel and budget.e.1 List of households included in the inventory per district/barangay. • Household 5.heating and cooling within the geopolitical boundaries of the LGU.2 Stationary Combustion Stationary Combustion Fuels are those used by residential and commercial sectors for cooking. • LGU • Philippine 3. Example: 2. Districts/Barangays Total Number Total Number Total included in the of Residential Surveyed (enter Source of Data Population Inventory Households “NA” if no data) 1. Division/Office of the LGU (i. Prepare the summary of the data collected from Philippines Business Registry. The survey method to be adopted registered businesses (for commercial sector) shall depend on the time and resources available. lighting. Step 1 Step 2 Request information for the number of residential Conduct the survey method chosen (census or households (including multi-unit buildings) and sampling). Survey 12 . or directly from fuel suppliers. Statistics Authority 4.

Licensing Division of 3. Establishment 5. Step 5.1 List of commercial establishments included in the inventory per district/barangay.1 List of commercial establishments included in the inventory per district/barangay. Datasheet 4. Total Number Districts / Total Number of of Businesses Barangays Total Registered Businesses Surveyed Source of Data included in Population (enter “NA” if no (enter “NA” if the Inventory Survey is used) no data 1.1 Emission sources and fuel consumption of the residential sector – Stationary combustion (Examples are provided) A B C D E F G District/ Type of Annual Barangay/ Data Source Identifier Application Fuel type Unit Data Volume LGU Individual Surveyed Residence Longos Household Cooking Kerosene 300 Liters Longos 1 survey “Data Fuel Sale Fuel Blended San Antonio Data from Fuel supplier Generator 10. and stationary combustion. Survey Step 5 Source Identifier in Column B (title of the Identify the emission sources of the residential source document) and the Type of Data in sector. on fuel consumption of the residential sector for gasoline. household survey. kilograms) and indicate in Columns E. Indicate the Data Step 6) Datasheet 5.000 Liters Diesel supplier San Antonio” survey Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 13 . Example • Permit and 2. liters.Step 4 Prepare the summary of the data collected from the commercial sector. unit of measurement (i. fuel wood). Disaggregate the data combustion to record the information collected according to the type of fuel (blended diesel. the LGU • Commercial 4.1 Emission sources and fuel Column C (i. consumption of the residential sector – Stationary national averages). and G respectively. based on the suggested format of Datasheet 4.1 Ensure that there is no double counting Consolidate all activity data according when applying combination of data collection to district/barangay (Column A) and approaches.e. LPG.A and proceed to Application(Column D). fuel supplier. annual volume.e. (Skip Step 5. Use Datasheet 5. F.

(Skip Step 6. consolidate and identify the fuel Ensure that there is no double counting consumed per fuel type.1 Emission sources and fuel consumption of the commercial sector – Stationary combustion (Examples are provided) A B C D E F G District/ Annual Barangay/ Data Source Identifier Type of Data Application Fuel type Unit Volume LGU Individual "Surveyed Businesses Blended Longos Business Generator 3. Step 6.e. disregard Application in indicate in Columns E. gasoline. Datasheet 6. F. Step 5. liters.A. fuel supplier. Source Identifier in Column B (title of the Indicate the Data Source Identifier (title source document) and the Type of Data of the source document) and the Type of (i. Ensure approaches.000 Liters Longos 1" Diesel Survey "Data Fuel Sale San Antonio Data from Fuel supplier Fuel supplier Cooking LPG 5. amount.1 Emission sources Emission sources and fuel consumption of the and fuel consumption of the commercial sector – residential sector – Stationary combustion to Stationary combustion to record the information record the information collected on the fuel collected on the fuel consumption of the consumption of the residential sector for commercial sector for stationary combustion. fuel wood).e.1 Step 5. F. and G respectively. Use Datasheet 5. G. national Data (i. and unit not available. Indicate the Data Application (Column D) if available. annual volume. kilograms) and in Column A. Use Datasheet 6. and units when applying combination of data collection in Columns E. put the name of the LGU of measurement (i. averages).1 Consolidate all activity data according Consolidate all activity data according to district/barangay (Column A) and to district/barangay (Column A) and Application (Column D). stationary combustion.A and proceed to that there is no double counting when Step 7) applying combination of data collection approaches.A Step 6 Identify the emission sources of the Identify the emission sources of the commercial residential sector.e. business survey. Column D. respectively. barangay and application of fuel are LPG.1 sector. Disaggregate the data according If disaggregated activity data per district/ to the type of fuel (blended diesel. fuel supplier. national averages).000 kg San Antonio" 14 .

3 Mobile Combustion Mobile Combustion refers to fuels used for based Method or (2) Fuel-based Method.1 Emission sources and fuel national averages).g. Use Datasheet 6. 3. others).Step 6. 100 liters) 9  On-road transportation are vehicles used for transportation Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 15 . fuel supplier. Indicate the Data Source Makati City experience Most LGUs do not collect GHG emissions-related data in their communities. To facilitate easier and more systematic collection of activity data from the business sector. diesel.A Identifier (title of the source document) and the Identify the emission sources of the commercial Type of Data (i. sector. F. the vehicle. LPG.e. 100 kilometers) Fuel-based method. There are two methods to collect activity data gasoline. This Activity data are sourced from the amount of fuel consumed by is the preferred method.g. (1) Distance- Activity data are sourced using distance traveled by the vehicle. namely.g. for mobile combustion.e. Makati LGU included the submission of relevant activity data (i. Ensure that there is no Consolidate all activity data according to double counting when applying combination of district/barangay (Column A) and Application data collection approaches. If disaggregated activity consumption of the commercial sector – Stationary data per district/barangay and application of combustion to record the information collected fuel are not available. Examples of these procedures include issuances and/or renewals of permits and performance monitoring for certain sectors. Distance-based method per fuel type (e. G. D. put the name of the LGU on the fuel consumed of the commercial sector in column A. using the Distance-based Method. amount and units in Columns Step 6. business survey. respectively. consolidate and identify the fuel consumed per fuel type. annual fuel and electricity consumption of the business establishment) for the Community-Level Inventory as part of the requirements when securing or renewing business permits. disregard Application in column for stationary combustion. The on-road transportation9 within the geopolitical type of vehicle and year model are needed when boundaries of the LGU. but have processes and procedures in place that can be utilized to collect these data.1 E.A. Activity data need to be segregated according to fuel type (e. (Column D) if available. per fuel type (e.

Use on the type and amount of fuel consumed per Columns G. • LGU for Tricycles 4. Indicate the Data Source Identifier in Column B (title of the source 16 . LPG) and indicate in Column E. H. Ensure that there is no double counting when Step 8. fuel Identify emission sources from mobile combustion. national averages). I for Distance-based Method.e. combustion to record the information collected gasoline. Step 8 document) and the Type of Data (i. H.1 List of all vehicles from the Philippines’ Land Transportation included in the inventory per district/barangay to Office (Department of Transportation and record the data collected. Office (LTO) 3. diesel. (Skip Step 8.e.1 List of all vehicles included in the inventory per district/barangay Total Number “Districts/ of Vehicles Total Number Barangays “Total Registered Surveyed (enter Source of Data included in the Population” within the “NA” if no data) Inventory” District 1. Columns F. Example • Land Transportation 2. Use Datasheet 7. I for Fuel-based Method OR emission source for mobile combustion. supplier. type(Column D).A and proceed to district/barangay (Column A) and Vehicle Step 9). Step 7 Request information for the number of registered agencies. including the LGU for the registered vehicles by type within the LGU boundaries tricycles. Disaggregate the Use Datasheet 8.1 applying a combination of data collection Consolidate the data collected according to approaches. 5. Communications) or other relevant government Datasheet 7.1 Fuel consumption – Mobile data according to the type of fuel (i.

Use Datasheet 8. H.1 Fuel consumption – Mobile combustion (Examples are provided) A B C D E F G H I Annual Fuel Annual Annual District/ Annual Fuel Used for Fuel Used Data Source Distance Barangay/ Type of Data Vehicle Type Fuel type Consumption Stationary for Mobile Identifier Traveled LGU (liters) Combustion Combustion (km) (liters) (liters) Blended Longos Fuel Supplier Fuel supplier 3.000 Diesel Transportation Transportation San Antonio Gasoline 5. Datasheet 8. Use Columns G. If disaggregated activity data information collected on the type and amount per district/barangay and vehicle type are of fuel consumed per emission source for not available. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 17 .000 Step 8. I for fuel-based approach OR Columns F. Column A. H. Ensure that there is no double counting when applying a combination of data collection approaches.A.000 500 Survey Survey San Juan Fuel Supplier Fuel supplier Gasoline 5. consolidate fuel consumed per fuel type and indicate in Column E.1 Identify emission sources from mobile Consolidate the data collected according to combustion.000 3. disregard Column D. put the name of the LGU in mobile combustion.1 Fuel district/barangay (Column A) and Vehicle type consumption–Mobile Combustion to record the (Column D).000 5. I for distance- based approach.A Step 8.

3.. If activity data are not segregated according to district/ barangay. public facilities). utility company or electric commercial.1 Activity data–Electricity consumption-Residential sector to collect the activity data on electricity consumption of the residential sector. Household Survey Data Type Actual Annual Electricity Barangay/ Number or Utility (e. Consumption (kWh) LGU Name and Source electricity provider ) Identifier) Longos-Utility_ Electricity Utilities Longos provider_AAA.000 Provider household_elec San_Antonio- Electricity Utilities San Antonio Utility_provider_BBB. Household Surveys.000.g. Data on total community electricity by the electricity provider into the different consumption should be secured from electricity sectors of the community (e.4 Electricity Consumption Electricity Consumption refers to electricity cooperatives) or from government offices. Datasheet 9.. public facilities). LGU Experience To facilitate the collection of electricity consumption data.g. residential. LGUs wroteletters to their respective electricity providers (e. industrial. residential. consumed within the geopolitical boundaries of Wherever possible. commercial. industrial.000 Provider household elec 18 . indicate the name of the LGU. Step 9 Use Datasheet 9. 8.g.1 Activity data –Electricity consumption-Residential sector (Examples are provided) Data Source Identifier District/ (e. this data should be segregated the LGU. 10. requesting for electricity consumption data within their geopolitical boundaries segregated according to sectors (e. providers (e..000.g.g..g. MERALCO office or electric cooperative).

Datasheet 10.g.1 Activity data–Electricity consumption-Commercial sector to collect the activity data on electricity consumption of the commercial sector.000 Provider household_elec San_Antonio- Electricity Utilities San Antonio Utility_provider_BBB.g.000.1 Activity data–Electricity consumption-Other sectors to collect the activity data on electricity consumption of the other sectors. Household Surveys.1 Activity data –Electricity consumption-Commercial sector (Examples are provided) Data Source Identifier District/ (e. Consumption (kWh) LGU Name and Source electricity provider ) Identifier) Longos-Utility_ Electricity Utilities Longos provider_AAA. indicate the name of the LGU and the sector. methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions from manure production and use) and from soil management (i.000 Provider household elec 3. nitrous oxide emissions from crop 10   On-farm equipment such as farm tractors. 10.000. 8. If activity data are not segregated according to district/barangay.g. 800. livestock management (i. Household Survey Data Type Actual Annual Electricity Barangay/ Number or Utility (e.e. these are emissions that result from the agriculture category. tree cutters.5 Agriculture Agriculture Emissions are those generated by management practices). Consumption (kWh) LGU Name and Source electricity provider ) Identifier) Longos-Utility_ Electricity Utilities Longos provider_AAA. GHG emissions resulting agricultural activities like crop production (mainly from fuel combustion in on-farm equipment10 and rice production) and raising of livestock. indicate the name of the LGU. etc. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 19 . Data Source Identifier District/ (e.000 Provider household elec Step 11 Use Datasheet 11. If activity data are not segregated according to district/ barangay. 220.000 Provider household_elec San_Antonio- Electricity Utilities San Antonio Utility_provider_BBB.e. Household Survey Data Type Actual Annual Electricity Barangay/ Number or Utility (e. More human sewage disposal are not reported under specifically. Household Surveys. dryers.Step 10 Use Datasheet 10.g.

. Step 12 Request agricultural land use (total hectares under agricultural crop production). manure management) emission factors specific to the Philippines if available. and livestock headcounts for any farms inside the LGU’s geopolitical boundaries from the national.g. crop-type(including growing season and irrigation practices). dry season. rice. 20 . and livestock headcounts for the LGU by animal type. Bureau of Agricultural Statistics. irrigated).g. local Agriculture Office). Also. regional or local statistics office (i.. request the statistics office to provide crop-specific emission factors for the Philippines as well as animal-specific (e. Documentation to support the validity of the data acquired must be included in the report.e. This data should include the land area designated to each crop type and corresponding irrigation practice and growing season (e. LGU experience The LGUs that developed the Community-Level Inventory under the Climate Change and Clean Energy (CEnergy) Project of the USAID used emission factors derived from the 2000 National Inventory of the Philippines for the computation of the emissions of livestock production and soil management..

put the name of the LGU.g. from government 200 bureau-crop-type-area Irrigated) agricultural agency Data directly Longos-agriculture.g. The LGU’s local agriculture offices (through their Municipal or City Agriculture Officers) can be good sources of primary data. the reports that these offices generate are enough inputs for the GHG inventory report in the agriculture sector. Batangas City LGU secured the data on hectares used for crop production including rice cultivation and the number of livestock from the Local Agriculture Office.g. Oftentimes. Under Barangay/ (e. Batangas City experience The LGUs that developed the Community-Level Inventory under the Climate Change and Clean Energy (CEnergy) Project of the USAID used emission factors derived from the 2000 National Inventory of the Philippines for the computation of the emissions of livestock production and soil management. Step 13 Record the Activity data on crop production of Data in Column C. Total Hectares District/ Application Government Agricultural Bureau. while the livestock data are segregated according to the type of livestock. and irrigation practice (irrigated or rainfed). The rice cultivation data are already segregated according to irrigation practice and growing season. Longos from government 500 bureau-crop-type-area Rainfed) agricultural agency Data directly Crop residues SanAntonio-crop_ San Antonio from government (tonnes of dry 800 residue-area agricultural agency weight) Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 21 . Name of Type of Data (e.This eliminates the need for LGUs to conduct separate surveys for the sole purpose of GHG inventory. ha) Department) Data directly Longos Longos-agriculture. Indicate the E. Data Source Identifier in Column B and the Type Datasheet 13.1 Agriculture crop emission sources (Examples are provided) A B C D E Data Source Identifier (e. The Application in Column collected based on the suggested format of D must specify the growing season (dry or wet) Datasheet 13.1 Agriculture Crop Emission Sources. Rice (Dry Season. Production LGU approach) Agency and Other) (hectares. Rice (Dry Season. crop type and Agriculture Census Averages. If data according to district/barangay are not Indicate the total hectares cultivated in Column available.

1 Livestock emission sources (Examples are provided) A B C D E Data Source Identifier (e. D must specify the type of livestock (e.g. cattle. Name of Type of Data (e. Barangay/ (e.g. crop type and Under Production Agriculture Census Averages. buffalo. put the name of the LGU.g. etc. ha) Agency and Other) Department) Data directly Longos-agriculture- Longos from government Buffalo 200 bureau-crop-type-area agricultural agency Data directly Longos-agriculture- Longos from government Poultry 1800 bureau-crop-type-area agricultural agency Data directly SanAntonio-crop_ San Antonio from government Cattle 100 residue-area agricultural agency Data directly SanAntonio-crop_ San Antonio from government Goat 1300 residue-area agricultural agency 22 . Indicate the heads/population in Column Datasheet 14. Step 14 Record the activity data on livestock production Data Source Identifier in Column B and the Type collected based on the suggested format of of Data in Column C. The Application in Column Datasheet 14.).1 Livestock emission sources.. Indicate the number of available.g. District/ Application Total Hectares Government Agricultural Bureau. If data according to district/barangay are not poultry. LGU approach) (hectares.

based waste quantification methodology (which estimates future emissions of current waste generation). Use Datasheet 16. the LGU burning. waste facility) or the solid waste is transported to a disposal site outside the LGU’s geopolitical The user must however choose only one boundaries and causes GHG emissions. ICLEI . calculated using any of the following in cases where the waste is landfilled: Step 15 Choose the methodology to be used in estimating 1.1 Solid waste if no data are available. or tree depending on the chosen methodology.g. First order decay (FOD) model at emissions from solid waste and follow the decision disposal sites.. Identify the sources division of the LGU (e. method for determining GHG emissions from disposal at solid waste disposal sites (SWDS) like Emissions from waste facilities should be landfill. which are IPCC compliant.6 Solid Waste Solid Waste refers to municipal solid waste A combination of the IPCC FOD method may be (“MSW”) generated within the LGU’s geopolitical used for solid waste disposal at managed sites and boundaries that may cause GHG emissions inside the ICLEI methods for waste disposal via open the LGU’s geopolitical boundaries (i. Step 16 Collect the data needed for the quantification of disposal data entry parameters (IPCC FOD Method) the waste emissions from the concerned unit/ to record the data collected. composting. anaerobic digestion. You may use the IPCC Default Values Resources Office). 2.3.e. Environment and Natural of the data. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 23 . or operates or has substantial control over the solid other/uncategorized.

wet basis) Range Default User-Defined Food waste 0.2 0.36-0.1 Landfill solid waste disposal data entry parameters (IPCC FOD Method) (Sample LGU- specific values are provided using the IPCC default values) IPPC Default Value User-Defined Starting year 1950 1950 DOC (Degradable organic carbon) (Weight fraction.46 0.17 0.5 gas Conversion factor.4 Sewage sludge 0.06–0.4 0.4 0.05 Textiles 0.2 0.17 Paper 0.5 Methane generation rate constant (k) (years-1) Range Default User-Defined Disposable nappies 0.17–0.7 0.43 0.33 1.07 0.07 0.04-0.33 Oxidation factor (OX) 0 0 Parameters for carbon storage % paper in industrial waste 0% 0% % wood in industrial waste 0% 0% 24 .15–0.17–0.7 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.15–0.05 0.22 0.085 0.24 Wood and straw 0.39-0.2 Paper 0.4 Garden 0.2 0.4 Textiles 0. C to CH4 1.08-0.43 DOCf (fraction of DOC dissimilated) 0.20 0.18-0.17 0.07 Sewage sludge 0.17 0.24 0.20-0. Datasheet 16.15 0.15 Garden 0.05 0.40 0.45 0.17 Food waste 0.07 Industrial waste 0.06–0.17 Delay time (months) 6 6 Fraction of methane (F) in developed 0.085 0.2 0.15–0.

5 Value Distribution of Waste by Waste Management Type .1 Solid waste disposal data entry for Methane Correction Factor (MCF) calculation (Sample values are provided) Unmanaged.Step 17 Identify the distribution of waste by waste management type using the Datasheet 17.1 User Defined Value 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% (Philippines) Year % % 1950 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 1951 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 1952 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 1953 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 1954 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 2006 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 2007 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 2008 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 2009 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 2010 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 25 . Managed.4 0.5 0.4 0.Annex A1.5 0. Unmanaged.8 1 0.8 1 0.1 Solid waste disposal data entry for Methane Correction Factor (MCF) calculation (IPCC FOD Method) Datasheet 17.6 User Defined 0. Total Managed Uncategorized shallow deep semi-aerobic (100%) MCF MCF MCF MCF MCF IPCC default 0.

2 Waste composition rates Datasheet 18.1 Waste diversion rates and Datasheet 18.1 Waste diversion rates % to Solid “Waste “% MSW % Total Waste % MSW per Capita “ % MSW sent to MSW Year Population Disposal open (tonnes/ composted” anaerobic other/ Site burned capita/yr)” digestion” unspecified (SWDS) IPCC default 1950 1951 1952 1953 2011 2012 2013 2014 26 . 2011 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 2012 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 2013 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% 2014 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% 100% Step 18 Identify and record waste diversion and composition rates using the Datasheet 18.

1 activity data for open burning.Datasheet 18.2 General solid waste open burning activity data Total solid waste (Actual) Amount of total solid Population Data Source Identifier for district / barangay waste open burned Inhabitants Tonnes Tonnes LGU Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 27 . Environment and and Datasheet 19.2 Waste compositions (% tonnes) Plastics Garden Paper Wood Textile Nappies Sludge Year Food (%) and other (%) (%) (%) (%) (%) (%) Inert (%) 1950 1951 1952 1953 2011 2012 2013 2014 Step 19 Collect the data needed for the quantification General solid waste composting activity data to of the waste emissions from the concerned record the data collected for composting activity unit/division of the LGU (e. Datasheet 19.g. Use Datasheet 19.1 General solid waste composting activity data Total solid waste Fraction of total solid Fraction of total Data Population (Actual) for district / waste sent for anaerobic solid waste sent for Source barangay digestion facilities composting Identifier Inhabitants Tonnes % % LGU Datasheet 19.2 General solid waste open burning Natural Resources Office).

type of wastewater management system. Environment and Natural Resources Office). Use Datasheet 20.1 Landfill solid waste disposal data for the quantification of waste emissions from entry (ICLEI method) by landfill type to record the the concerned unit/division of the LGU (e.1 Landfill solid waste disposal data entry (ICLEI method) by landfill type Total solid Fraction of waste Location of solid waste Data Source Population (Actual) for Specific Landfill landfill site sent to specific Identifier district / Site (outside or disposal site barangay inside LGU) Inhabitants Tones % Unmanaged LGU -shallow Managed – semi- aerobic Uncategorized 3. but treated within the sewage. N2O emissions from any wastewater systems 3. Waste water generated inside the LGU’s geopolitical boundaries (Scope 1).g. Step 20 (For ICELI method) Collect the data needed Datasheet 20. 2006) for The type of data required to quantify emissions each treatment system and a default maximum from wastewater generally consists of methane producing capacity factor (IPCC. 2006) determining the types of wastewater systems are generally used to determine emissions from 28 . LGUs should account for CH4 and boundaries of the LGU (Scope 1). Wastewater generated by the LGU and disposal activities coming from the following but is treated outside the geopolitical sources: boundaries of the LGU (Scope 3) 1..7 Wastewater Waste water emissions included are those 2. Emissions from wastewater treatment should be inside the LGU’s geopolitical boundaries and calculated by using the first order decay (FOD) the number of residents and entities using each model utilized by the IPCC. Wastewater generated/received from associated with Methane (CH4) and Nitrous outside the geopolitical boundaries Oxide (N2O) emissions from waste water and of the LGU. data collected. Default methane correction factors (IPCC.

Prepare separate tables for wastewater generated by the LGU and wastewater received from outside the geopolitical boundaries of the LGU. g N2O/person/ used. ground water table than latrine River Stagnant oxygen deficient rivers and lakes Wastewater Discharge Rivers. Use Datasheet 21.wastewater treatment and discharge. lakes and estuaries systems or River Discharge types in LGU 1.1 Wastewater management system (IPCC default values are provided for items 2 -9) % of Is it used Data Population Examples in the LGU? Needed using the (Yes or No) system dry climate. ground water table lower than latrine.1 Wastewater management system to record the data collected. page 23 Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 29 . or unit/division of the LGU (e. ground water table lower / Latrines than latrine. or types in Untreated Open sewers Aerobic –centralized and well managed Sludge anaerobic treatment Aerobic shallow ponds Treated Anaerobic lagoons – shallow.g. Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Datasheet 21. National Water Resources Board (NWRB).11 Step 21 Collect the data needed for the quantification of the wastewater emissions from the concerned government agencies (e. although country- emission factor values to determine N2O specific or test sample-specific data may also be emissions for human sewage (e.g. Systems Untreated Sewers (closed and underground) 2. small family (2-5 people) Open-Pits dry climate. Default year) are also generally used.g. (less than 2 meters) Anaerobic reactors 11  Guidance Document. local or barangay sanitation unit). communal wet climate/flush water use.

b. 30 . decay.00 2 industrial BOD discharges in sewers (national or 1. settlements.25 IPCC default value) Maximum Methane production capacity factor used . Changes in forest/woody carbon stocks due to the net annual biomass growth of existing forest and non-forest stands. national maximum methane .60 kgCH4/ 3 in the calculation in reference to the BOD from kgBOD LGU or region specific data (if available) LGU. emissions or removal. the GHG emissions due to biomass burning and etc.25 kgCH4/ 4 production capacity factor used in the computation kgCOD in reference to the COD Annual per capita protein consumption (as localized . 12  Tracking Greenhouse Gases: An Inventory Manual. and soil carbon release and uptake.(p. 122). and possible biomass regrowth in abandoned lands.59 g/person/ 5 DAY as possible) Fraction of nitrogen in protein (as localized as . Default Values (IPPC) LGU Specific Data Needed Uncollected Collected Per Capita BOD generation (per day) for the LGU 40 40 1 (maybe national value or default IPCC value) LGU or region-specific correction factor for 1.16 kg N/kg 6 protein possible) Factor for non-consumed protein added to 1. Land use and forest conversion practices which affect the carbon chemistry of the atmosphere via biomass burning.1 7 wastewater Nitrogen removed in sludge (value of 0 unless sludge 0 8 removal is implemented by LGU of specific waste treatment facility Nitrogen removed in sludge (value of 0 unless sludge 9 removal is implemented by LGU of specific waste treatment facility 3. regional. Forest can be a source of greenhouse gas decay. The net carbon emissions or removal of the forest and land use sector is dependent on two basic biophysical processes:12 a.8 Forest and Land Use Change Most of the greenhouse gas emissions from forest The accompanying Spreadsheet covers only the and land use change are attributed to timber/ GHG emissions/removals of forest and other wood harvesting and conversion of forest into land-use due to changes in carbon stocks and not other land uses such as agriculture.

landuse change. collected.m. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 31 .Step 22 Collect the data needed for the quantification other land use change data for GHG emissions to of the GHG emissions from forest and other record the data collected. Identify the sources of the data.1 Parameters for forest quantification of the GHG emissions and or and other landuse change to record the data removals from forest and other land use change.1 Forestry and Datasheet 22. Use Datasheet 22.m.) Harvesting Wood Products Name of LGU Construction (cu.1 Forestry and other land use change data for GHG emissions (Examples are provided) District/ Data source Emission type Emission source Annual total Barangay identifier Wood Products Name of LGU Charcoal (cu.) Harvesting Changes in the Forest converted to Name of LGU use Agriculture (ha) of forest lands Changes in the Forest converted to Name of LGU use settlement (ha) of forest lands Step 23 Collect other data parameters needed for the Use Datasheet 23.

49 3.81 . Grassland – Visayas (ha) 0.49 b.49 c.49 c.1 Parameters for forest and other land use change Default values User-defined Biomass Biomass Source of Data requirements Carbon Carbon growth growth data content content rate rate 1.49 b.49 d. Cropland to forestland (ha) 7. Primary forest . Datasheet 23.81 .045* c.m. Charcoal (tons) .81 . Used for agriculture (ha) 7.81 .00* . Wetlands to forestland (ha) 7.49 *Tracking Greenhouse Gases: An Inventory Manual. Forestland remaining a. Construction (cu. Used as grasslands (ha) 7.10* .Visayas (ha) 9.49 2. Left as barren areas (ha) 7.50* . Tree plantations – (e.045* f. Settlement to forestland (ha) 7. Wood and wood products harvesting a. Lands converted to forestland a.40* .g. macrophylla 7. Novelties (tons) . General forestland type14 (ha) 7.m. Barren to forestland (ha) 7.49 e. Brushland – for wood.81 .Luzon (ha) 4. page 129 32 .045* e. Grassland to forestland (ha) 7.81 .49 b.Visayas (ha) 2. Changes in the use of the forestlands a.49 b.81 .49 d.81 . S.043* . Secondary forest .) .) .044* d.81 .Luzon (ha) 6. Fuel wood (cu.50* . Table 64.49 c.

Annex 3 Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 33 . process according to the following: Step 25 • Mineral Industry Identify the GHG intensive industries present in • Chemical Industry the community using the recommended list (e. Other greenhouse gases in the community using the recommended list such as hydroflourocarbons (HFCs) are used in as guide. During these industrial processes. • Products Used as Substitute for Ozone Depleting Substances • Other Product and Manufacture Use • Others such as Pulp and Paper and Food Industry Not all of these types of industries are present in your community. the volume of inputs (in metric tons) and/or the Sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) are used in electrical aggregated production (in metric tons) of each equipment. (Examples are provided) Data source District/Barangay Removal type Removal source Annual total (ha) Identifier Remaining Carbon stock in Name of LGU forestland inventory year Change in Name of LGU Grassland to forest forestland Change in Name of LGU Barren to forestland forestland 3. Use Datasheet 24. chemical industry.1 Forestry and other land use change data for GHG Removals to record the data collected.g • Metal Industry mineral industry. (CH4) and identification of GHG intensive industries present nitrous oxide (N2O).1 Forestry and other land use change data for GHG removals.9 Industrial Processes and Product Use The greenhouse gases from the industry sector provides the industry categories that may are mainly coming from the industrial production be included in the GHG inventory if present processes that chemically or physically transform in the community. The IPCC categorized the industrial industry identified. etc) in Annex 3. The data requirements may include products such as refrigeration and aerosol cans. An important step in computing for the GHG different greenhouse gases are produced such emissions from the industrial sector is the as carbon dioxide (CO2). Datasheet 24. methane. Data requirement Default value (tons/ha) User-defined (tons/ha) Source of data Carbon stock in 262 existing forest Step 24 Collect the data needed for the quantification of the GHG removals from forest and other landuse change. or the GHG emissions of the industries easily attributable to the community. raw materials.1 List of Solvent used industrial processes in the community to record the • Electronics Industry data collected. Get the names and relevant information of the • Non-Energy Products from Fuels and specific industries and use Datasheet 25.

documents for the data input in this chapter.e. Local Company Name Chapter of Chamber of Chemical Commerce Company Name Step 26 Collect the activity data needed for each industry identified using the datasheet as shown in the example below.1 List of industrial processes in the community IPCC category Name of industries Contact details Potential source of data Company Name Mineral Business Permit Division Company Name of the LGU. Industry Association.1 Mineral industry activity data Sub-sector Activity data Units Source of data Type of cement tonnes produced Cement Production Name of Company Mass of cement tonnes produced per type Limestone Mass of lime Name of Company tonnes production produced per type Glass production Name of Company Production tonnes IV. Blue and grey cells contain values that are This chapter is designed to let users go through in default or were automatically computed or the Spreadsheet in a chronological order (i. Steps to Input Data in the Spreadsheet This Chapter presents step-by-step procedures Remember that the focus of this Chapter is to in encoding the data gathered in Chapter 3 in an fill out the yellow tabs and (light) yellow cells orderly and correct manner in the Spreadsheet. Datasheet 26. 34 . only. copied from other cells. Please refer to the Annex 1 for the specific datasheets applicable to your sub-sector. Datasheet 25. The datasheets prepared Delete the contents of these cells. etc). 2nd tab. The data encoders are advised to take the necessary steps to ensure that correct data are captured in the Spreadsheets. LGUs are asked to Not 1st tab. as they may in the previous chapter will serve as the source affect the whole Spreadsheet.

1 General Overview Worksheets Step 1 Open the Spreadsheet titled “Spreadsheet for CEnergy_ Community-GHG_Inventory_ Quantification” Step 2 Click the Instruction tab. Step 2.4. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 35 . Enable the macros by clicking “Options”.1 Choose “Enable the content” and click “ok”.

The Instructions tab helps user to familiarize themselves with the general language of the Spreadsheet. The general instructions are provided in this Spreadsheet. 36 . This is what it looks like.

Click the “Show/ HideInstruction” button to hide the instructions and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. input the name of the LGU and provide the other data requirements if available. List in Row 6 the assumptions used. Click the “Update” button when finished with the encoding of the name/s of the LGU/district/barangay. Click the “Add Row” and “Delete Row” as applicable. heating. If disaggregated data per district/barangay are not available. Step 4 Click the Stat-Comb-Residential Data tab.2 Stationary Combustion Stationary Combustion refers to fuels used by residential and commercial sectors for cooking. Refer to Datasheet 3. lighting. Use the drop-down menu in Row 10 to indicate the GHG Inventory Year. as shown in the example.Step 3 Click the General Info tab.and cooling within the geopolitical boundaries of the LGU. Column C.1 List of all Households included in the inventory per district/barangay to fillout the yellow cells starting in Row 8. Input the name of your LGU/community in Row 9 and provide all available data required. 4. Read the instructions provided. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 37 .

5 starting in Row 8.6 Indicate the Data source identifier in Column Input the Annual total consumption in Column D. Step 4.1 Emission sources and fuel consumption of the residential sector–Stationary combustion to fillout the yellow cells starting in Row 15. commercial establishments included in the inventory per district/barangay to fillout the yellow cells Step 4.4 to get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Step 4. H and identify the units in Column I. Use the drop-down menu in Column G to choose the fuel type. 38 . Click the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions and Step 4. Refer to Datasheet 5. Refer to Datasheet 4.2 Step 4. Choose the ‘Blended diesel residential/commercial’ for diesel used in the Philippines. Step 4.3 Step 5 Use the drop-down menu in Column E to Click the Stat-Comb-Commercial Data tab.1 List of all use of fuel is not listed or is unknown.1 Choose the name of your LGU or district/barangay from the drop-down menu in Row 15. List in Use the drop-down menu in Column F to Row 6 all the assumptions used. as shown in choose the Application. Column C. Read choose the Type of data. Column E if available. Use ‘Other” if specific the example. the instructions provided.

Step 5.1
Choose the name of your LGU or district/barangay from the drop-down menu in Row 15, Column
C. Refer to Datasheet 6.1 Emission sources and fuel consumption of the commercial sector–Stationary
combustion to fillout the yellow cells starting in Row 15.

Step 5.2 Step 5.5
Indicate the Data source identifier in Column Use the drop-down menu in Column G to
D. choose the Fuel type. Choose the ‘Blended
diesel residential/commercial’ for diesel used
Step 5.3 in the Philippines.
Use the drop-down menu in Column E to
choose the Type of data. Step 5.6
Input the Annual total consumption in Column
Step 5.4 H and identify the units in Column I.
Use the drop-down menu in Column F to
choose the Application. Use ‘Other” if specific
use of fuel is not listed or is unknown.

4.3 Mobile Combustion
Mobile Combustion refers to fuels used Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions and
for transportation13 within the geopolitical get a better view of the Spreadsheet. List all the
boundaries of the LGU. assumptions used in Row 6 as shown in the example.
Refer to Datasheet 7.1 List of all Vehicles included in
Step 6 the inventory per district/barangay to fillout the yellow
Click the Mobile-Comb-Community-All Data cells starting in Row 8, Column D if available.
tab. Read the instructions provided. Click the “Show/

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  Transportation excludes off-road vehicles and other machineries used in farm lands and forests

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Step 6.1
Choose the name of your LGU or district/barangay from the drop-down menu in Row 14, Column C.
Refer to Datasheet 8.1 Fuel consumption–Mobile combustion to fillout the yellow cells starting in Row
14, Column CI.

Step 6.2 road diesel fuel’ for Diesel used in the
Indicate the Vehicle type or Mobile emissions Philippines.
source identifier in Column C.
Step 6.6
Step 6.3 Use Column G to input Annual distance
Use the drop-down menu in Column D to traveled and Column H for Annual fuel
choose the Type of data. consumption.

Step 6.4 Step 6.7
Use the drop-down menu in Column E to If the amount for fuel used in Stationary
choose the Application (if using the Distance- Combustion is known, input the amount in
based method). Column I. Column J will automatically reflect
the difference between Column H and Column
Step 6.5 I, which represents the Annual amount of fuel
Use the drop-down menu in Column F to consumed for mobile combustion. However,
choose the Application (if using the Fuel if the amount of fuel used in Stationary
consumption-based method). Choose ‘On- combustion is unknown, leave the cell blank.

4.4 Electricity Consumption
Step 7
Click the Elec-Residential Data tab. Read the instructions provided. Click the “Show/Hide Instruction”
button to hide the instructions and get better view of the Spreadsheet. List all the assumptions used in
Row 6.

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Step 7.1
Choose the name of your LGU or district/barangay from the drop-down menu in Row 14,Column B. Refer
to Datasheet 9.1 Activity data–Electricity consumption-Residential sector per district/barangay to fillout the yellow
cells.

Step 7.2 Step 7.4
Indicate the Data source identifier in Column Use Column E if Annual electricity consumption
C. is known and Column F if Annual electricity
consumption is estimated.
Step 7.3
Use the drop-down menu in Column D to Step 7.5
choose the Type of data. Indicate the unit in Column G.

Step 8
Click the Elec-Commercial Data tab. Read the instructions provided. Click the “Show/Hide Instruction”
button to hide the instructions and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. List all the assumptions used
in Row 6.

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Step 8.1
Choose the name of your LGU or district/barangay from the drop-down menu in Row 14,Column B.
Refer to Datasheet 10.1 Activity data–Electricity consumption-Commercial sector per district/barangay to
fillout the yellow cells.

Step 8.2 Step 8.4
Indicate the Data source identifier in Column Use Column E if Annual electricity consumption
C. is known and Column F if Annual electricity
consumption is estimated.
Step 8.3
Use the drop-down menu in Column D to Step 8.5
choose the Type of data. Indicate the unit in Column G.

Step 9
Click the Elec-Other Data tab. Read the instructions provided. Click the“Show/Hide Instruction”button
to hide the instructions and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. List all the assumptions used in Row 6.

Step 9.1
Choose the name of your LGU or district/barangay from the drop-down menu in Row 14, Column B.
Refer to Datasheet 11.1 Activity data–Electricity consumption-Other sector per district/barangay to fillout the
yellow cells.

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5 Agriculture Step 10 Click the Agriculture-Crops Data tab. 4. Read the instructions provided.3 electricity consumption is estimated. List all the assumptions used in Row 6 as shown in the example. Consumption is known and Column F if Annual Step 9. Step 9. Indicate the unit in Column G.4 Indicate the Data source identifier in Column Use Column E if Annual Electricity C. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 43 . Use the drop-down menu in Column D to Step 9.5 choose the Type of data. Click the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions and get a better view of the Spreadsheet.2 Step 9.

44 . Read the instructions provided.3 Step 10.1 Choose the name of your LGU from the drop-down menu in Row 15. Step 10.1 Livestock emission sources to fill out the yellow cells if available.4 Indicate the Data source identifier in Column Use the drop-down menu in Column F to D. choose the Application. Step 10.2 Step 10. Click the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Step 11. Step 11 Click the Agriculture-Livestock Data tab.1 Agriculture crop emission sources to fill out the yellow cells if available.5 Use the drop-down menu in Column E to Input Total hectares in Column G. Column C and accomplish all the other columns based on Datasheet 13. choose the Type of data. Step 10. Column C and accomplish all the other columns based on Datasheet 14. List all the assumptions used in Row 6G.1 Choose the name of your LGU from the drop-down menu in Row 14.

However.3 Step 11. List all assumptions in Row 6 and to a disposal site outside the LGU’s geopolitical enter in Column E User-defined data based on boundaries and causes GHG emissions. 4. Read the instructions provided.6 Solid Waste Solid Waste refers to municipal solid waste Step 12 (“MSW”) generated within the LGU’s geopolitical Click the Solid Waste-Parameters IPCC boundaries that may cause GHG emissions inside FOC tab.1 Landfill solid waste disposal data entry parameters (IPCC FOD Method). Datasheet 16. choose the Type of data. Step 11.4 Indicate the Data source identifier in Column Use the drop-down menu in Column F to D. choose the Application.2 Step 11. Note that Follow the decision tree depending on the Column E values can be equal to default values methodology chosen for estimating GHG as found in column D.g. Step 11. the LGU Click the“Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide operates or has substantial control over the solid the instructions and get a better view of the waste facility) or the solid waste is transported Spreadsheet. use LGU- emissions from solid waste in disposal site. the LGU’s geopolitical boundaries (e.5 Use the drop-down menu in Column E to Input the Total headcount in Column G. specific or nationally determined values for these parameters in Column E if available. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 45 .

D. C. using the Datasheet 18. the instructions provided. J. V. Read the instructions provided. T. Columns B. R. Click the“Show/Hide G. AB.H. N. the assumptions in Row 6. Read cells starting with Row 10. Fill out all the yellow Read the instructions provided. Fill out all the yellow 46 . F. Fill out all the yellow calculation as reference. K. cells starting with Row 13. X. J. Step 15 Click Solid Waste-Landfill.1 Solid waste disposal button to hide the instructions and get a better data entry for Methane Correction Factor (MCF) view of the Spreadsheet. List all as reference. Z.ICLEI tab. AD.1 Landfill solid waste Instruction” button to hide the instructions and disposal data entry (ICLEI method) by landfill type get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Click the “Sv” and G using Datasheet 17. Step 13 Click Solid Waste-MCF-IPCC-FOD tab. List all as reference. Columns F. Step 14 Click Solid Waste-Activity-IPCC-FOD tab. Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions P. and L Datasheet 20. Columns C. the assumptions in Row 6. L. D. E. Click the “Show/ cells starting with Row 11.1 and get a better view of the Spreadsheet.

Wastewater generated/received from check their boundaries to determine if there are outside the geopolitical boundaries of the these cases and report as appropriate. Fill out all the yellow cells starting with Row 10. ECLEI tab. 4. H and I using Datasheet 19. properly documented. C. Spreadsheet. but treated within the boundaries of the LGU and wastewater generated by the 1. LGUs should account for CH4 and N2O emissions from any wastewater Note that wastewater generated/received systems and disposal activities coming from the from outside the geopolitical boundaries of following sources: the LGU. LGU. Read the instructions provided. List all the assumptions in Row 6.ECLEI Spreadsheet. C. Click the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide Columns B.2 General the instructions and get a better view of the solid waste open burning activity data as reference. the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide Columns B. tab. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 47 . LGUs are encouraged to 2. and H using Datasheet 19. F. F.Step 16 Click Solid Waste-Other Methods . List all the assumptions in Row 6. Read the instructions provided. but treated within the boundaries of the LGU (Scope 1). Wastewater generated by the LGU associated with Methane (CH4) and but is treated outside the geopolitical NitrousOxide (N2O) emissions from waste boundaries of the LGU (Scope 3) water and sewage.1 the instructions and get a better view of the General solid waste composting activity data. Wastewater generated and treated LGU but is treated outside the geopolitical inside the LGU’s geopolitical boundaries boundaries of the LGU are real cases but are not (Scope 1). Step 17 Click Solid Waste-Landfill-Open-Burning.7 Wastewater Wastewater emissions included are those 3. Click Fill out all the yellow cells starting with Row 10.

List all the assumptions in Row 6. D and 48 . Read Reference sources of data. get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Click the “Show/Hide I and J starting in Row 12 using Datasheet 21. Follow the decision tree below for the steps in computing for the emissions of your wastewater. Fill out all the yellow cells in Row 8 starting with Column C.1 Instruction” button to hide the instructions and Wastewater management system as reference. Fill out Columns the instructions provided. Step 18 Click Wastewater-Data-Scope 1 tab.

Step 18. Read the instructions provided. Step 19 Click Wastewater-Data-Scope 3 tab.1 Proceed to Row 31. Click the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Step 20 Click Forestry Parameters tab. Default values may be used if user-defined values are not available. Provide data required in Row 33 and answer the questions in column I. D and Reference sources of data. Fill out all the yellow cells in Row 8 starting with Column C. List all the assumptions in Row 6. Fill out Column D (user–defined values) starting in Row 9.1 Wastewater management system as reference. Fill out Columns I and J using Datasheet 21. starting from Row 36 to Row 53. List all the assumptions in Row 6. Wastewater management in LGU for other waste sources if your LGU/community is receiving wastewater from other sources. Click the “Show/HideInstruction” button to hide the instructions and get better view of the Spreadsheet. (Note: Spreadsheet will automatically use the default values if user-defined values are not entered) Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 49 . Read the instructions provided. Indicate the references and comments.

Column C and change data for GHG emissions to fill out the accomplish all the other columns based on yellow cells. Put additional get a better view of the Spreadsheet.6 Step 21. List all the notes if any in Column I. D.4 Use the drop-down menu in Column G to choose the Emission source. Step 21 Click Forestry Emission Data tab.3 Use the drop-down menu in Column I to Use the drop-down menu in Column F to choose the appropriate unit.1 Choose the name of your LGU from the Datasheet 22.1 Forestry and other land use drop-down menu in Row 15. 50 . Column C and Instruction” button to hide the instructions and the total population in Column D. Step 21. Click the “Show/Hide be reflected starting in Row 8. The name of your LGU or Step 21. choose the Emission type. assumptions in Row 6.5 Indicate the Data source identifier in Column Input the Annual total (in ha) in Column H. Read the districts/barangays previously identified should instructions provided.2 Step 21. Step 21. Step 21.

1 Choose the name of your LGU from the Datasheet 24. Put additional get a better view of the Spreadsheet.5 Indicate the Data source identifier in Column Input the Annual total (in ha) in Column H.3 Use the drop-down menu in Column I to Use the drop-down menu in Column F to choose the appropriate unit.4 Use the drop-down menu in Column G to choose the Emission source. Step 22. Read the districts/barangays previously identified should instructions provided.6 Step 22. Step 22. Click the “Show/Hide be reflected starting in Row 8.2 Step 22. assumptions in Row 6. List all the notes if any in Column I. Column C and data for GHG removal to fill out the yellow cells. The name of your LGU or Step 22.Step 22 Click Forestry Removal Data tab. choose the Emission type. D. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 51 . accomplish all the other columns based on Step 22.1 Forestry and other land use change drop-down menu in Row 15. Column C and Instruction” button to hide the instructions and the total population in Column D.

1 Mineral Industry.6 Use the drop-down menu in Column E to Input the Annual total production in Column H. (Note: The Spreadsheet provides quantification of GHG emissions of selected industries only. List all the assumptions in Row 6.5 Indicate the Data source identifier in Column Use the drop-down menu in Column G to D. Datasheet 26. Fill out all the yellow cells particularly those in Column C. Step 23. etc. Step 23.1 Choose the name of your LGU from the Industry. Choose from the drop-down accomplish all the other columns based on menu in Column G the specific operation of the the applicable datasheets (i. Select “Others” for paper and drop-down menu in Row 15. Read the instructions provided. choose the Operation. Input the annual production 26. Datasheet selected industry.). Column C and food industries. choose the Type of data. 52 .) Step 23. D and Reference sources of data. respectively. Step 23 Click IPPU Data tab.2 Step 23.3 Step 23. Step 23.2 Chemical and units in Columns H and I.4 Use the drop-down menu in Column F to choose the Industry type.e. Click the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions and get a better view of the Spreadsheet.

Compare data input using the “Go to” button.GHG tab. Click the “Show/ commercial establishments included in the inventory HideInstruction” button to hide the instructions per district/barangay. If there are incorrect data. go and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Check data input starting correct data input using the “Go to” button. If there Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions are incorrectdata input. input starting from Row 17 with your Datasheet Step 25 Click the Stat Comb-Commercial GHG tab. 5. starting from Row 17 with your Datasheet 7.1 List of all of Read the instructions provided. If there are incorrectdata.1 Emission sources and fuel consumption of the Read the instructions provided. Click the “Show/ residential sector – Stationary combustion. Input Comb-Residential Data tab and correct data datarequirements in Row 7. from Row 17 with your Datasheet 4. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 53 . go back to the Stat and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Inputdata back to the Stat Comb-Commercial Data tab and requirements in Row 7. Check data input data input using the “Go to” button.1 List Read the instructions provided. go back to and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Step 26 Click the Mobile combustion .Step 24 Click the Stat Comb-Residential GHG tab. Input the Mobile Combustion Data tab and correct datarequirements in Row 7. Click the “Show/ of all vehicles included in the inventory per district/ Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions barangay.

Instruction” button to hide the instructions and Use the drop-down menu in Column G for the get a better view of the Spreadsheet. go back to the Elec-Commercial Data tab and correctdata input using the “Go to” button. Check data emission factor type. Choose “Philippines” as the emission inputstarting in Row 17 with your Datasheet 11. Use the Instruction” button to hide the instructions and drop-down menu in Column G for the emission get a better view of the Spreadsheet. If there are incorrect data.1 factor type if regional or grid specific emission Activity data–Electricity consumption-Other sector factor is not available. If there are incorrect Step 28 Click the Elec-Commercial GHG tab. Step 29 Click the Elec-All Other GHG tab. Choose “Philippines” as the emission factor type if regional or grid specific emission factor is not available. Use the drop-down menu in Column G for the emission factor type. Click the “Show/Hide datainput using the “Go to” button. perdistrict/barangay. go back to the Elec-Residential Data tab instructions provided. Choose “Philippines” as the inputstarting in Row 17 with your Datasheet 9. Step 27 Click the Elec-Residential GHG tab. Check data factor type.1 emission factor type if regional or grid specific Activity data–Electricity consumption-Residential emission factor is not available. Read back to the Elec-All Other Data tab and correct the instructions provided. Click the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. If there are incorrect data. Click the “Show/Hide and correct datainput using the “Go to” button. go 54 . Check data inputstarting in Row 17 with your Datasheet 10.1 Activity data–Electricity consumption-Commercial sectorper district/ barangay. Read the data. Read the instructions provided. sector per district/barangay.

If there Read the instructions provided.Step 30 Click the Agriculture-Crops GHG tab. If there are the instructions provided. 14.1 Agriculture livestock emission sources. Check the “Go to” button.1 Agriculture crop emission sources. Click the “Show/ are incorrect data. go back to the Agriculture-Crops Instruction” button to hide the instructions and Data tab and correct data input using the “Go get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Click the “Show/Hide incorrect data. Check to” button. go back to the Agriculture- Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions Livestock Data tab and correct data input using and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. data inputstarting in Row 17 with your Datasheet Step 31 Click the Agriculture-Livestock GHG tab. data inputstarting in Row 17 with your Datasheet Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 55 . Read 13.

If there are tab if applicable. go back to the Solid Waste Other Click the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide ICLEI Data tab and correct data input using the the instructions and get a better view of the “Go to” button. use the Data tab and correct data input using the “Go default value of 10%. If there are tab if applicable. enter zero (0) if there and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Otherwise. incorrect data. Check data input. 56 . go back to the Solid Waste Landfill ICLEI Row 17. If there are incorrect Enter oxidation rate used in the computation in data. Read the instructions provided. Click the “Show/ recovery and capture project in Row 17. Step 33 Click the Solid Waste-GHG-Other ICLEI Spreadsheet. data inputstarting in Row 17. Step 32 Click the Solid Waste-GHG-Landfill tab. Column HideInstruction” button to hide the instructions H if available. Check data input. Column J if available. Otherwise. go back to the Solid Waste–Open Click the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide Burning ICLEI Data tab and correct data input the instructions and get a better view of the using the “Go to” button. Step 34 Click the Solid Waste-GHG-Open Burning Spreadsheet. to” button. Read the instructions provided. Enter value for any methane (CH4) Read the instructions provided. incorrect data. Check is no methane recovery and capture project.

and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Read the instructions provided. Solid Waste disposal site (MSW) and the Click the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to hide Reference for the Source of Methane Recovery the instructions and get a better view of the in Columns C and D. Spreadsheet. Review Read the instructions provided. and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Review Read the instructions provided.Step 35 Click the Solid Waste-GHGCalc-IPCC tab. Put assumptions in Row 5 Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions as shown in the example. Step 36 Click the Solid Waste-GHG_Results. Enter the known value for the Step 33 Click the Wastewater-GHG-Scope 1 tab. Click the “Show/ and check data input. respectively. methane (CH4) recovered from the Municipal IPCC tab. Hide Instruction” button to hide the instructions Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 57 . Click the “Show/ and checkdata input/results.

1 Forestry and other land use change data for instructions provided. data inputstarting in Row 17 with your Datasheet Step 39 Click the Forestry Removal tab. HideInstruction” button to hide the instructions go back to the Forestry Emission Data tab and and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. data inputstarting in Row 17 with your Datasheet 58 . If there are incorrect data. Click the “Show/ for GHGemissions. Read the 24. Read the instructions provided. Read 22. Review and check data input/ Click the “Show/Hide Instruction” button to results. Check data inputusing the “Go to” button. go back Instruction” button to hide the instructions and to the Forestry Removal Data tab and correct get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Step 37 Click the Wastewater-GHG-Scope 3 tab hide the instructions and get a better view of if applicable. the Spreadsheet. Check correct data inputusing the “Go to” button. Step 38 Click the Forestry Emission tab. Click the “Show/Hide GHGremovals. If there are incorrect data.1 Forestry and other land use change data the instructions provided.

datasheets on industrial processes. by Source Step 41 Click the Summary-Overall to view the summary of the GHG emissions. If there Read the instructions provided.Step 40 Click the Industrial Processes GHG tab. go back to the Industrial HideInstruction” button to hide the instructions Processes Data tab and correct data input using and get a better view of the Spreadsheet. Check the “Go to” button. Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 59 . categorized according to scopes. Click the “Show/ are incorrect data. data inputstarting in Row 17 with your applicable 4.8 Emissions Summary.

Commercial 5 establishment survey Datasheet 5. Data Sheets Data Sheets for Community-Level Inventory Datasheet 3. Annexes A. Household survey 5 Datasheet 4. LGU 3 2.1 Emission sources and fuel consumption of the residential sector – Stationary combustion A B C D E F G District/ Data Type of Annual Barangay/ Source Application Fuel type Unit Data Volume LGU Identifier Datasheet 6. Philippine Statistics Authority 4 3.1 List of households included in the inventory per district/barangay District/Barangays/ Total number Total number Total LGU included in of residential surveyed (enter Source of data Population the Inventory households “NA” if no data) 1 Example: 2 1. Permit and Licensing 3 Division of the LGU 4 2.1 List of all of commercial establishments included in the inventory per district/barangay Total number of Total number of District/Barangays/ registered Total business LGU included in businesses (enter Source of data Population surveyed (enter the Inventory “NA” if no survey “NA” if no data) is used) 1 Example: 2 1.1 Emission sources and fuel consumption of the commercial sector – Stationary combustion A B C D E F G District/ Data Type of Annual Barangay/ Source Application Fuel type Unit Data Volume LGU Identifier 60 .

g. 2.g. Household Surveys.1 Activity data –Electricity consumption-Residential sector Data Source Identifier Data Type District/ (e.g. Office (LTO) 4.1 Activity data –Electricity consumption-Commercial sector Data Source Identifier Data Type District/ (e.Datasheet 7. Land Transportation 3. Household Survey Actual Annual Electricity (e. Example: 2. Barangay Number or Utility Name Consumption (kWh) electricity provider ) and Source Identifier) Datasheet 10. Datasheet 8. Business Surveys. Barangay Number or Utility Name Consumption (kWh) electricity provider ) and Source Identifier) Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 61 . 1. LGU for tricycles 5.1 Fuel consumption – Mobile combustion (Example is provided) A B C D E F G H I Annual Fuel Annual Annual District/ Data Annual Fuel Used for Fuel Used Type of Vehicle Fuel Distance Barangay/ Source Consumption Stationary for Mobile Data Type type Traveled LGU Identifier (liters) Combustion Combustion (km) (liters) (liters) Datasheet 9.1 List of all vehicles included in the inventory per district/barangay Total Number Total Number Districts/Barangays of Vehicles Total Surveyed (enter included in the Registered Source of Data Population “NA” if no Inventory within the data) District 1. Business Survey Actual Annual Electricity (e.g.

Under (e.15 Garden 0.g.g.39-0.g.4 Sewage sludge 0. Actual Annual Electricity National Census averages.04-0.1 Livestock emission sources A B C D E Type of Data Data Source Identifier (e.45 0.1 Landfill solid waste disposal data entry parameters (IPCC FOD Method) IPPC Default Value User-Defined Starting year 1950 DOC (Degradable organic carbon) (Weight fraction.43 DOCf (fraction of DOC dissimilated) 0.g. crop type Barangay Agriculture Census Averages. Name of Government Agricultural Bureau.08-0. Production and approach) Agency and Department) Other) (hectares. (e.2 Paper 0. MRT line. Total Hectares Application District/ (e. Other) Datasheet 16. Barangay Utility name and Source Consumption (kWh) Other) identifier) Datasheet 13.36-0.1 Agriculture crop emission sources A B C D E Data Source Identifier Type of Data (e.22 0. Datasheet 11. Government Application District/ (e.05 0. wet basis) Range Default User-Defined Food waste 0.05 Textiles 0.g.20 0.g.1 Activity data – Electricity consumption-Other sectors Data Source Identifier Data Type (e.18-0.46 0. Streetlights.24 Wood and straw 0. Livestock Barangay Agriculture Agency and Headcount National Census Type) Department) Averages.g.40 0.g. District/ (e.5 62 . ha) Datasheet 14. Name of Government Total Agricultural Bureau. Surveys.20-0.

4 Textiles 0.Methane generation rate constant (k) (years-1) Range Default User-Defined Disposable nappies 0.06–0.17 Food waste 0.17–0.17 Paper 0.085 0.07 Industrial waste 0.7 0.2 0.7 0.4 Garden 0.2 0. C to CH4 1.5 Conversion factor.17 Delay time (months) 6 Fraction of methane (F) in developed gas 0.07 Sewage sludge 0.15–0.33 Oxidation factor (OX) 0 Parameters for carbon storage % paper in industrial waste 0% % wood in industrial waste 0% Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 63 .06–0.15–0.085 0.2 0.15–0.17–0.

Managed.6 User Defined 0.1 Solid waste disposal data entry for Methane Correction Factor (MCF) calculation Unmanaged.5 0. Managed Uncategorized shallow deep semi-aerobic MCF MCF MCF MCF MCF IPCC default 0.8 1 0.4 0.4 0.5 Total (100%) Value Distribution of Waste by Waste Management Type . Unmanaged.8 1 0.5 0. Datasheet 17.1 User Defined Value 44% 0% 0% 28% 28% (Philippines) Year % % % % % 1950 100% 1951 100% 1952 100% 1953 100% 1954 100% 2006 100% 2007 100% 2008 100% 2009 100% 2010 100% 2011 100% 2012 100% 2013 100% 2014 100% 64 .Annex A1.

2 Waste compositions (% tonnes) Plastics Food Garden Paper Wood Textile Nappies Sludge Year and other (%) (%) (%) (%) (%) (%) (%) Inert (%) IPCC default 1950 1951 1952 1953 2011 2012 2013 2014 Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 65 .1 Waste Diversion Rates Waste per % to Solid % MSW % Total Waste % MSW Capita “% MSW sent to MSW Year Population Disposal open (tonnes/ Site composted” anaerobic other/ burned capita/yr) (SWDS) digestion unspecified IPCC 0.Datasheet 18.19 default 1950 1951 1952 1953 2011 2012 2013 2014 Datasheet 18.

1 General solid waste composting activity data Fraction of total Total solid waste Fraction of total solid waste sent for Data Source Population (Actual) for district / solid waste sent for anaerobic digestion Identifier barangay composting facilities Inhabitants Tones % % LGU Datasheet 19.2 General solid waste open burning activity data Total solid waste (Actual) for Amount of total solid Data source Population district/barangay waste open burned identifier inhabitants tonnes tonnes LGU Datasheet 20. Datasheet 19.1 Landfill solid waste disposal data entry (ICLEI method) by landfill type Total solid Fraction of solid waste (Actual) waste sent to Location of Population Data Source for district / specific disposal Specific landfill site Identifier barangay site Landfill Site (outside or inside LGU) Inhabitants Tones % Unmanaged LGU -shallow Managed – semi-aerobic Uncategorized 66 .

/ Latrines communal wet climate/flush water use.25 kgCH4/ 4 capacity factor used in the computation in reference kgCOD to the COD Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 67 . ground water table lower than latrine. Wastewater Rivers.60 kgCH4/ 3 the calculation in reference to the BOD from LGU or kgBOD region specific data (if available) LGU.Datasheet 21.1 Wastewater management system % of Is it used in Population Data Needed Examples the LGU? using the (Yes or No) system dry climate. lakes and estuaries systems or River Discharge types in LGU Sewers (closed and Untreated underground) Open sewers Aerobic –centralized and well managed Sludge anaerobic treatment Treated Aerobic shallow ponds Anaerobic lagoons – shallow. ground water table than latrine Stagnant oxygen deficient River rivers and lakes Discharge 1. regional. national maximum methane production . small family (2-5 people) dry climate. ground water Open-Pits table lower than latrine.25 value) Maximum Methane production capacity factor used in .00 1. (less than 2 meters) Anaerobic reactors Default Values (IPPC) LGU Data Needed Specific Uncollected Collected Per Capita BOD generation (per day) for the LGU 40 40 1 (maybe national value or default IPCC value) LGU or region-specific correction factor for industrial 2 BOD discharges in sewers (national or IPCC default 1.

59 g/ Annual per capita protein consumption (as localized as 5 person/ possible) DAY Fraction of nitrogen in protein (as localized as .) Harvesting Changes in the Forest converted to Name of LGU use Agriculture (ha) of forest lands Changes in the Forest converted to Name of LGU use settlement (ha) of forest lands 68 .m.16 kg N/kg 6 possible) protein Factor for non-consumed protein added to 7 1.1 wastewater Nitrogen removed in sludge (value of 0 unless sludge 8 removal is implemented by LGU of specific waste 0 treatment facility Nitrogen removed in sludge (value of 0 unless sludge 9 removal is implemented by LGU of specific waste treatment facility Datasheet 22.m.1 Forestry and other land use change data for GHG emissions (Examples are provided) Data source Annual District/Barangay Emission type Emission source identifier total Wood Products Name of LGU Charcoal (cu.) Harvesting Wood Products Name of LGU Construction (cu. .

Changes in the use of the forestlands a. Primary forest . Charcoal (tons) .81 .Datasheet 23.00* .m. Settlement to forestland (ha) 7.50* . S.40* .81 . Used for agriculture (ha) 7. Construction (cu.49 b.045* c.81 . Cropland to forestland (ha) 7. Grassland to forestland (ha) 7.) . Forestland remaining a.045* f. Novelties (tons) .49 b.49 b.49 Data requirement Default value (tons/ha) User-defined (tons/ha) Source of data Carbon stock in existing 262 forest Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 69 .Visayas 9.49 c. 7. Wetlands to forestland (ha) 7. Brushland – for wood . Fuel wood (cu.81 .81 .044* d. Grassland – Visayas (ha) 0.g.Visayas (ha) 2.49 b.49 d.Luzon (ha) 6.49 3.81 .49 e.49 2.10* . Used as grasslands (ha) 7.043* macrophylla.) . Tree plantations – (e. Wood and wood products harvesting a.81 .49 c.Luzon (ha) 4. General forestland type (ha) 7.m. Lands converted to forestland a.81 . Secondary forest .49 d.1 Parameters for Forest and Other Land-Use Change Default values User-defined Biomass Source of Data requirements Carbon Biomass Carbon growth data content growth rate content rate 1.49 c. Barren to forestland (ha) 7.50* .045* (ha) e.81 . Left as barren areas (ha) 7.

2 Chemical industry activity data Name of Sub-sector Activity data Units Source of data Company Ammonia Volume of NH3 produced Production Soda Ash Volume of soda ash Production Petrochemical Production capacity and Carbon tons Methanol produced Black Production Ethylene produced tons Ethyl Datasheet 26. (Examples are provided) Data source District/Barangay Removal type Removal source Annual total (ha) Identifier Remaining Carbon stock in Name of LGU forestland inventory year Change in Grassland to Name of LGU forestland forest Change in Barren to Name of LGU forestland forestland Datasheet 26.3 Metal industry activity data Sub-sector Name of Company Activity data Units Source of data Amount of steel Iron and Steel Production produced by from integrated facilities process type Iron and Steel Production from non integrated facilities 70 . Datasheet 24.1 Forestry and other land-use change data for GHG removals.1 Mineral industry activity data Sub-sector Name of Company Activity data Units Source of data Type of cement tonnes Cement produced Production Mass of cement tonnes produced per type Limestone Mass of lime tonnes production produced per type Glass production tonnes production Datasheet 26.

Pulp and Paper production Product Photovoltaic Ex.production Plant Food Industries Heat Transfer Fluid Others Plant production Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 71 .5 Activity Other industry data Units activity data Source of data Integrated Circuit Plant production Sub-sector Name of Company Activ or Semiconductor TFT Flat Panel PlantEx.4 Electronic industry activity data Other Plant p Sub-sector Name of Company Datasheet 26.Datasheet 26.

Annex B. National Solid Waste Management Commission Study (WACS) Population LGU. Fuel consumption Charcoal and Fuelwood Retailers/Distributors List of vehicles Land Transportation Office. National GHG Inventory Forest data Report of the country 72 . Philippine Statistics Office Amount of solid waste LGU Waste Characterization LGU. Philippine Statistics Authority. Household Survey List of commercial Permit and Licensing Division of the LGU. Commercial Establishment establishments Survey Department of Energy. Forest Management Bureau. NAMRIA. Philippine Statistics Office Permit and Licensing Division of the LGU. National Inventory Report List of industry of the country LGU. electric cooperatives Agricultural crops Agriculture Office based in the LGU. Potential Data Sources Data requirement Potential data sources List of household LGU. Philippine Statistics Office Agricultural livestock Agriculture Office based in the LGU. LPG Retailers/Distributors. Gasoline Station. LGU for tricycles Electricity consumption Energy provider.

as of year 2010 that can be attributed directly to the LGUs Source: EMB-DENR Are these industries Categories present within my LGU? Y= Yes.Annex C. N=No 2A Mineral industry 2A1: Cement Production 2A2: Lime Production 2A3: Glass Production 2B Chemical industry 2B1: Ammonia Production 2B7: Soda Ash Production 2B8: Petrochemical and Carbon Black Production 2B8a: Methanol 2B8b: Ethylene 2B8c: Ethylene Dichloride and Vinyl Chloride Monomer 2B8d: Ethylene Oxide 2B8e: Acrylonitrile 2B8f: Carbon Black 2C Metal industry 2C1: Iron and Steel Production 2C1a: Iron and Steel Production from Integrated Facilities 2C1a: Iron and Steel Production from Non. List of Existing IPPU Categories in the Philippines List of Existing Industrial Processes and Product Use (IPPU) Categories in the Philippines.integrated Facilities 2E Electronics industry 2E1: Integrated Circuit or Semiconductor 2E2: TFT Flat Panel Display 2E3: Photovoltaics 2E4: Heat Transfer Fluid 2E5: Other 2F Other industries 2F1: Pulp and Paper 2F2: Food Industries 2F3: Others Community-Level GHG Inventory For Local Government Units In The Philippines User’s Manual 73 .

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