Carbon footprint

At the end of the day…

…when the machines have stopped and the doors have closed, what did you leave behind? What did you take, and what didn’t you take? The interaction with the physical environment around you, that’s your footprint.

Materiality, availability, accuracy, relevance. Those are, in a nutshell the challenges with recording and reporting of data on your footprint.


Connect suppliers for sustainable sourcing

LCA for determination of ecological footprint

Discover cost and sustainability advantages using new materials

Local sourcing (im)possibilities

Supply chain transparency and accountability

energy & emissions

Record your energy use

Connect maintenance systems to record fuels use and refrigerants

Select and implement an emissions framework

Connect your energy use to the GHG protocol emissions standards

Report on scope 1, 2 and 3

Select initiatives for emission reduction

Manage your emissions

waste & circularity

Create insight in volume and type

Align with EU waste codes

Implementation of the Waste Framework Directive

Separate, reuse, recycle, upcycle

Connect your waste partner to automate data flows

Reduce plastic and packaging


Monitor water withdrawal, consumption and discharge by source and destination

Align with water stressed regions

Reduce pollution of surface water, rivers and oceans

Reduction of water usage, treatment of waste water and sewage

Setting discharge limits for priority substances of concern

environment & biodiversity

Other emissions to air like SOX, NOX and particle matter

Monitor the impacts of your physical operations

Reduce the use of hazardous chemicals

Salt and nitrogen in groundwater and soil

Impacts on wildlife and habitats

Monitor and communicate on mitigation efforts and impact offsets

The Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG Protocol) is a widely recognized set of guidelines for measuring and reporting greenhouse gas emissions. This framework is often used as a globally recognizes way of standardizing the reporting of emissions.

Reporting according to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol comes with many advantages:

  • Credibility: The GHG Protocol enhances transparency and credibility.
  • Global Recognition: The protocol is internationally recognized, aiding organizations operating across diverse jurisdictions.
  • Comprehensive Coverage: GHG Protocol addresses all emission scopes, providing a holistic view of an organization’s carbon footprint.
  • Risk Management: Using the protocol helps identify and manage potential risks associated with climate change and emissions.
  • Benchmarking: Organizations can benchmark performance against industry peers, fostering improvement.
  • Regulatory Compliance: GHG Protocol assists in aligning with regulatory requirements (like the CSRD) for emissions reporting.

Sustainability reporting & Intire

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