Factors Affecting Performance of Standard Application and Indicator for Greenhouse Gas Emission in Green Office, Thailand

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Sayam Aroonsrimorakot
Setrawut Phuynongpho
Supapan Athirot

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The objectives of this research were to study the factors affecting the efficiency of the standard application of Green Office and indicators for measuring resources use. It was found that there were 12 factors that affected the efficiency of  the  standard application of Green Office. The indicators for greenhouse gas usage per head of private organization they  were found to be  263.96 kgeqCO2 per head per month. For state enterprise, governmental and educational organizations they were found to be 190.05, 643.75 and 278.57 kgeqCO2 per person per month respectively. Indicators for greenhouse gas emission per area of private organizations were 8.74 kgeqCO2 per m2 per month. For state enterprise, governmental and educational organizations were 6.63, 21.90 and 8.59 kgeqCO2 per m2 per month respectively. Greenhouse gas emission were found to be an uncontrollable activity because external factors were involved such as the damage to instruments and service organization accessing the area to increased greenhouse gas emission. However,  it was found that if an organization isdetermined to operate the Green Office Project by following the operation manual and applying all related factors and indicators into the operation system, CO2 and greenhouse gas can be decreased, This is beneficial for the environment.

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Aroonsrimorakot, S., Phuynongpho, S., & Athirot, S. (2019). Factors Affecting Performance of Standard Application and Indicator for Greenhouse Gas Emission in Green Office, Thailand. Interdisciplinary Research Review, 14(1), 60–65. Retrieved from https://ph02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jtir/article/view/176723
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