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Welcome EFFT self scan online tool
Welcome EFFT self scan online tool
EFFT self scan tool is a simple application to determine your level of environmental sustainability
Based on the results you get, the tool will guide you to specific teaching and training materials so you can improve or maintain your environmental performance.
The application is structured according to the main environmental vectors that are vulnerable to fluvial tourist activities, such as water, air, noise, soil or biodiversity. It also takes into account the typology of your boat, area and passenger capacity, as well as environmental measures to be implemented, among others.
Finally you will be also asked about general environmental management in your organization.

Thank you
The EFFT Team
BASIC INFORMATION

Identification basic information

Activity basic information

Boat basic information

TIP: Please check whether the area where the activity takes place is protected by any regulation (Natura 2000, RAMSAR, etc.) or not.
TIP: The self-scan will perform a simulation for an individual and single type of boat. Be aware that in case of a fleet with several types of boat, you will need to start a new simulation by each type.
WATER TURBIDITY
TIP: The navigation could generate an impact on the quality of the water where your activity takes place, mixing the water with soil sediments from the bottom.
AIR POLLUTION
TIP: The navigation (in case of fossil fuels consumption) could generate an impact on the air quality by increasing the greenhouse gas emissions where your activity takes place.
The calculation of emissions is based on GHG European Protocol factor emissions, and depends on the capacity of the boat and the extension of the area where the activity takes place.
NOISE
TIP: The navigation could generate an impact on the air by increasing the noise background level where your activity takes place, disturbing wildlife and people in the area.
SOIL
TIP: The navigation could generate an impact at the dock area (boat onshore parking) by physical erosion and degradation of the shore soil.
NATURAL VEGETATION AND HABITAT
TIP: The navigation could generate an impact at the dock area (boat onshore parking) by physical erosion and degradation of the shore ecosystem (wildlife and vegetation).
LANDSCAPE VISUAL IMPACT
TIP: The navigation could generate an impact at the dock area (boat onshore parking) by means of visual impact and landscape degradation or distortion.
BIODIVERSITY
TIP: The navigation could generate an impact on the fish community by means of ecological population dynamics affection.
Environmental Management

INFORMATION AND TRAINNIG

ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARS AND LABELLING

EFFICIENCY AND ENERGY

WASTE MANAGEMENT

MAINTENANCE AND EQUIPMENT

BUYING PROCESS AND SUPPLIERS RELATION

About EFF Tourism

Environmental Footprint of Fluvial Tourism aims to encourage sustainable initiatives and measures in the natural spaces where fluvial tourism activities take place.

The EFF TOURISM project is being implemented by a consortium of seven organizations from France,  Slovenia,  Poland,  Estonia,  Hungary  and  Spain.

 

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commision cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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