How can you measure your current emissions and track improvements? Tap into our expertise. We help implement the Green House Gas Protocol (GHG) and more, ensuring that all outcomes can be used for reporting purposes.

The majority of emissions (>70%) fall within scope 3, which covers a company’s up- and downstream activities. Scope 3 is often more difficult to map than scope 1 and 2, as the relevant data often belongs to suppliers or customers.

Starting from 2024 , all large companies will have to report scope 1, 2 and 3 according to EU legislation while the same requirement will enter into force for small companies from 2026. Large companies meet one of the three following three criteria: (1) balance sheet value of > €20 million; (2) net turnover of €40 million; (3) > 250 employees.

Footprint calculation| Footprint as is
We will help you to measure your organization’s footprint. Our approach is pragmatic and aligned with common standards. Using software with extensive datasets of carbon emissions for materials, ingredients, energy, logistics and more, we will determine your as-is footprint. Never done a footprint before? We can start with a limited scope as a starting point to see what the results are, before mapping the full scope.
Footprint optimization
The footprint analysis will provide insight into the drivers in your end-to-end supply chain with the biggest carbon impact. It should be noted that this will often be quite predictable. Generally speaking, companies know exactly which part of their operations leads to the biggest emissions. However, reductions can be difficult to achieve. Tap into our expertise with an experienced project manager/program manager or an interim supply chain specialist

In most cases, improvements can be made in the following areas:

• Purchased goods and services
• Energy
• Waste in the supply chain
• Transportation (inbound, outbound, return)
• Company facilities (owned or leased)

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