A sustainability strategy and roadmap is fundamentally necessary for companies in times of climate change.
The significance of information on the CO2 emissions of the company itself (global perspective) as well as CO2 balancing at the individual product level are key tools for planning, evaluating and implementing appropriate optimisations on the company, process and product side.
We have established an extensive database based on the analysis of numerous measurement series and the derivation of proportionalities and relationships. A powerful tool was developed as a result, which can be used to prepare life cycle assessments at the technology and process level.
The central elements here are the emission factors, the source and date references of which are entered in the database and updated on a regular basis.
The system provides transparency on CO2 emissions across all 3 scopes:
- Scope 1 covers direct emissions from in-house or controlled sources,
- Scope 2 covers indirect emissions from the generation of purchased electricity, steam, heating and cooling consumed by the company concerned,
- Scope 3 comprises all other indirect emissions arising from a company's value chain,
as well as transparency at product level, i.e. the CO2 balance of the individual product per part or of the product per year.
In-house energy-saving projects also improve the life cycle assessment of our clients
We are particularly proud of the energy efficiency and renewable energy utilisation projects that we have implemented and the CO2 reductions that they have verifiably achieved.
In the CO2 calculation of products, they also have an emission-reducing impact on the product to be calculated.