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Sustainable Finance Collective Asia (SFCA)

The Sustainable Finance Collective Asia (SFCA) is launched to drive sustainable progress and help empower corporates in Asia to become more sustainable.

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Sustainable Finance Collective Asia (SFCA)

  1. 1. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 1 Sustainable Finance Collective Asia Launch Event | 22 November 2016 www.sfc-asia.com
  2. 2. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 2 Thematic panel discussion – Circular Economy Leonie Schreve, Managing Director, Global Head Sustainable Finance, ING Matthew Toy, Water International Client Director, Atkins
  3. 3. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 3 A circular economy is one that is restorative and regenerative by design, and which aims to keep products, components and materials at their highest utility and value at all times, distinguishing between technical and biological cycles - Ellen Macarthur Foundation
  4. 4. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 4 Linear economy Technological innovations Circular economy
  5. 5. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 5 Five circular business models by Accenture Circular Supplies: Provide renewable energy, bio based or fully recyclable input material to replace single-life inputs Resource Recovery: Recover useful resources/energy out of disposed products or by-products Product Life Extension: Extend working lifecycle of products and components by repairing, upgrading and reselling Sharing platforms: Enable increased utilization rate of products by making possible shared use/access/ownership Product as a Service: Offer product access and retain ownership to internalize benefits of circular resource productivity
  6. 6. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 Circular Supplies Resources RecoveryProduct Life Extension Sharing Platforms Product as a Service Smurfit Kappa For production of paper and cardboard company uses waste from tomato production. Avantium Technology firm producing PEF. PEF is a new polymer that is 100% plant based and 100% renewable. Bundles Renting of laundry machines on a pay-per-use basis Netflix 24/7 access to movies and tv- series based on a pay-per-use model Caterpillar Designs and produces heavy use products based on effective and extensive use and ease of repair. Examples of the circular economy
  7. 7. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 The rise of Circular Economy in Asia Used coffee grounds collected from Starbucks are turned into T-shirts, socks, and soaps by Taiwanese firm Singtex. Lighting giant Philips give office landlords such as in Singapore free lights in return for a share of the energy saved. discarded fishing nets are sold by local communities to carpet maker Interface to make fresh carpet tiles. Home-sharing platforms Airbnb, PandaBed, car- sharing services Lyft, Tripda and goods sharing apps SnapGoods and Rent Tycoon Initiatives to set up industrial parks that are designed to create a circular economic system that fully utilizes production-chain resources. Taiwan Singapore Philippines OthersChina
  8. 8. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 Financial implications Balance sheet extension Cash flow Credit risk Financing Reporting
  9. 9. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 Financial industry’s role to play Other types of financing Different view on collateral End-of-life policy Financing of the value chain
  10. 10. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 Role of Financial sector • Other financing models • Different view on residual value • End of life policy • Financing the value chain
  11. 11. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 Case Study – Ajman Wastewater
  12. 12. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 Emirate of Ajman 300,000 population Industry around port and inland Close inter-relationship with Sharjah and Dubai
  13. 13. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 • City with growth of 7% per annum • 375,000 population in 10 years • New centralised wastewater system • Sewers and interconnecting pumping stations • WWTP with outfall • 95% connectivity to wastewater network • Tanker service for non-connected properties • Improvements to environment and City health Conclusions
  14. 14. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 • WWTP located within a growing industrial area • Industries require potable water for process and cooling • High financial cost of potable water • Few water resources for developing City • Variable quality of potable supply due to high demand Opportunity
  15. 15. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 Solution • Tertiary treatment plant built adjacent to WWTP • Membrane filtration to potable standards • Supply to high demand nearby industries • Tariff saving on potable water supply • Improved reliability of service and ease pressure on natural resources • Closed loop back to WWTP • 20% effluent reused in this way • 40% effluent reused for irrigation • Unexpected benefit – improvement to stability of WWTP process
  16. 16. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 Ajman Wastewater Concession is a great success story Opportunity for wastewater re-use being realised Exemplar for efficient wastewater treatment Conclusions
  17. 17. Sustainable Finance Collective Asia | November 2016 17 www.sfc-asia.com Closing remarks and Q&A

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