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We carry out a full and comprehensive assessment of your greenhouse gas emissions in order for us to analyse your environmental impact as a company.




The Process

Aims Meeting and Scope Assessment

Provide information about the process of how companies reduce emissions and assess all potential emissions of a client against the GHG Protocol Corporate Standard.

Data Collection

Specific data list is received from the client for the full assessment to be completed. A thorough database template is created for each client to streamline the process of analysis.

Data Input and Scope Analysis

Received data is reviewed and implemented into the template against respective emission factors. Emission data is automatically grouped into Scopes and graphically represented.

Reduction Strategies

Emission reduction methods are researched specific to the client's sector. An individual report is made to comply with the GHG Protocol Corporate Standard.

The Calculation Tool

All calculated emissions are presented to the company as well as help with reduction measures and a calculation tool is produce. This simply calculates the clients emissions with little to no background knowledge of the sustainability sector.

Background Information

Emissions as a result of a company’s operations are categorised into three Scopes. The Greenhouse Gas Protocol Standards and other associated standards use these three scopes to allow companies reporting their emissions to be accurate, comparable and holistic.
Scope 1
Scope 2
Scope 3
Product Standard
Emissions that arise from the direct operation of a company in owned or controlled facilities. The elements of emissions associated with Scope 1 are:
• On-site combustion: relating to boilers, furnaces or CHP plants.
• Fugitive emissions: leaks of gases mainly due to refrigeration or air conditioning operations.
• Of-site combustion: vehicle emissions as a result of the burning of fuel.
• Process emissions: any other emissions as a result of specific processes on a company’s controlled premises.
Indirect emissions that arise from a company’s purchased energy used in companies facilities. Scope 2 emissions are related to electricity generation and heat or steam generation where district heating is relevant.
All other indirect emissions are related to an organisation's activities and are usually the greatest source of emissions for a company. Scope 3 emissions cover raw materials, transportation, waste management, capital goods and employee activities. Split into two categories, of emissions that occur upstream and downstream of a company’s activities.
Relating these three scope emissions categories to a specific product that an organization produces means that a company can track its reduction strategies against another baseline type. Also, this allows the company to be transparent to consumers about a product's impact on the environment.
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