Gas emissions that contribute to the global warming effect, are measured as the Product Carbon Footprint (PCF). During a product’s life cycle, energy is required to extract, transport and refine raw materials, to manufacture and distribute the final product, and treat the waste at the end of its useful life.
Corporations discharge greenhouse gases directly or indirectly and thereby contribute to climate change. PE INTERNATIONAL, the premier provider of solution to quantify and manage corporate carbon emissions, provides assistance in managing your Corporate Carbon Footprint (CCF).
We help you to produce meaningful KPIs and then show you how to optimise your emissions. Climate-relevant greenhouse gases are grouped together in a so-called carbon footprint. Typical sources of carbon emissions include for example heating, electricity, business trips, commuting, paper, water and waste.
A carbon footprint is based on a life cycle assessment (LCA) but focuses on a single issue which is climate change.
Environmental footprint measurement, reporting, and analysis is an essential component to understanding the greenhouse gas (GHG) emission and / or environmental impact of your product or service. A thorough understanding the GHG and environmental impact of a product, process, or asset yields valuable insights into the optimum strategies for ...
PE's carbon management solution helps companies to manage their carbon footprint. Customers, investors and the public are increasingly demanding information about carbon emissions in your operations.
A Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) enables your organisation to analyse the entire life cycle of your products or services with regard to their environmental impacts and to display these anaylses in a transparent way. Every Life Cycle Assessment, also known as Life Cycle Analysis, is grounded on the same basic principle with varying areas of ...
SBC’s sustainability assessment--which includes a carbon footprint--creates a baseline to measure operational performance, provides recommendations for improvement and allows for comparisons to be made within your industry.
Taking into consideration life cycles with respect to thinking and acting is the basis of sustainable building. The more energy-efficient a building is constituted and the less energy it uses within the useful life, the more important are its construction and the choice and processing of material.