We help our customers identify their current emissions and improve them. Among other things, we use the Green House Gas Protocol (GHG) for this purpose. This ensures that the results of the report can also be used for reporting purposes.

We note that most of the emissions (>70%) fall within scope 3 in terms of a company’s up & downstream activities. These are more complex to map than scope 1 and 2 as the data for this often lies with suppliers or customers.

From 2024 it is mandatory for large companies to report scope 1, 2 and 3 where as from 2026 small companies are required by the EU to do so. This is mandatory if you meet two of the following criteria: (1) balance sheet value of > 20 million euros; (2) net turnover of 40 million euros; (3) > 250 employees

Footprint as is

We help you determine your footprint. We do this according to recognized standards. We use software with extensive datasets of CO2 emissions of materials, ingredients, energy, etc. to determine the footprint. Our approach is pragmatic. Never done a footprint before? Then we start with the largest flow and take it step by step.

Footprint optimization

From the footprint analysis, we know the biggest drivers within your supply chain that have the most carbon impact. We notice that this is not always a surprise. In general, companies know where their biggest CO2 emissions are. But taking the right actions to start with reduction is not always easy. We can help as program or project manager.

Areas where in general improvements can be achieved are:

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

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