A complete footprint of all your products and processes, instead of one footprint at a time.
A single Life Cycle Assessment is a long and complex analysis. With our Activity-based Footprinting method, you can measure the footprint of your entire organization – more effectively than ever. Analyze complex product portfolios and processes. Find levers to decrease your footprint effectively.
Input, Output, Results - a digital copy of your factory
Life Cycle Assessments require you to conduct a deep analysis of every element of a product. And once you change something, the whole analysis needs to be redone. With Activity-based Footprinting, we turn this system upside-down. Just like in accounting, overhead activities, inputs and outputs are assigned to your products and services – top-down instead of bottom-up. The result: A dynamic system that allows you to measure the environmental footprint for thousands of products all at once!
Which product or process drives your impact?
Activity-based Footprint enables companies to always be on top of their impact. Do you want to compare your highest-revenue products based on CO2 emissions? Do you want to find out which products have the highest individual impact, or based on sales numbers? The interactive dashboards provide you with quick insights into the emissions of your entire portfolio, instead of just one product at a time.
Zoom into your suppliers’ emissions with the supplier dashboard
Keeping track of the impact of all your suppliers is hard. With the supplier dashboard, you can compare the environmental impact of all your suppliers of products and services. Quickly generate insights into your upstream impact and challenge suppliers based on their environmental performance.
Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions - which part of the value chain should I focus on?
In many industries, more than 80% of emissions are indirect emissions from the supply chain. Activity-based Footprinting helps you identify and report on which part of your value chain causes which emissions, so you can decide what to focus on. Build effective reduction strategies based on your environmental data!