Via REPORTS you can compose your Envirometer Report. If you have several envirometers first choose the Envirometer.
Then select the elements of the report by using the selectboxes.
- The reporting year provides:
- which year on the title page and in the sidebar on every page is used
- of which year the pie charts are displayed
- of which year the CO2 balance is shown
- Select additional years to be included in: charts, indicatortables and input data.
- If available, you can choose to show the industry average beside you graphs and indicators. Note: This only works with a relative chart (see below).
- You can choose absolute graphs (Environmental burden/CO2/costs) and normalised graphs (per...). The normalisation options will correspond to the items you have filled in as 'basic data'.
- The indicator table is taken from your barometer. Through fine-tuning in de 'indicator' menu you can shorten, change and extend this table (next time you generate the report the new setting will be applied).
At the bottom of the form you can include an introduction to your report. You can then save the PDF and email or publish or print it.
The title of the report is compiled from the Organization Name and Envirometer title.
- You can select this (per Envirometer) in Management>barometers.
- There are three choices: Envirometer Title / Company Name / Company Name - Title Envirometer.
- The default is Envirometer title.
- The combination title is particularly interesting for companies with more sant verstigingen.
- Turn off the pop-up block for this website
- Try a different internet browser (e.g. Internet Explorer 9 or higher, or Mozilla Firefox).
- If the report contains unusual symbols: try viewing the document in another (PDF-)Viewer.
- Select a report year which you (partly) filled in, otherwise the report won't finish loading.
Where to find the report after downloading
The location of the report on your computer / server depends on the setting of your browser (and has nothing to do with the Envirometer).
- Often all downloads are to the same folder (for example the default folder called 'downloads').
- Alternatively, your browser asks for every download where to store the download.
All browsers have a function in their menu to display the latest downloads. You may also use the command 'ctrl-j' to show this list.