How Moxba-Metrex warms up the metal sector to recycling

moxba-metrex case study header

8% of the global final energy demand and 7% of the energy sector’s CO₂ emissions come from iron & steel production. For this production, we currently mostly use primary materials as ingredients. But mining these materials heavily exhausts the planet’s resources. Imagine the huge chunk we can take out of this impact- by recycling metal waste into new secondary materials. The impact benefits of secondary metal materials? Moxba-Metrex has the answers…

How Dura Vermeer uses Ecochain Helix to measure & improve the footprint of 500+ products

Dura Vermeer x ecochain_Asfalt aptitude

We love our asphalt in the Netherlands- and for good reason. The high quality, durability, and driving comfort speak for themselves. As an indispensable part of our infrastructure, asphalt is of course used very intensively. But what exactly is the environmental footprint of asphalt? What role does the Dutch Environmental Cost Indicator (ECI) play in creating greener roads?

A CO₂ dashboard for customers – How Vermaat is making sustainable food even more accessible


The Netherlands loves the hospitality sector. We love eating out, enjoying a terrace with a (vegetarian) bitterball, or organizing extensive company drinks and dinners. But behind all that food lies a big mountain of environmental impact. How can we ensure all these Dutch hospitality enthusiasts contribute to a more sustainable food system? Exactly what catering company Vermaat wants to find out.

How to measure the environmental impact of education: The case of the UvA & HvA

case study: UvA + HvA

Usually, you hear about organizations measuring the environmental impact of their products or value chains. But can you also measure the impact of providing education? Of course you can! And the University of Amsterdam & the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences wanted to find out exactly where their impact came from.

MUD Jeans saved 1,5 million tons of CO₂. This is how they did it.

MUD Jeans

MUD Jeans started measuring their footprint early – to show the world of fashion how it’s done. Today, they even sell the world’s first 100% circular jeans. This is how they use the footprint method Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) to maintain their frontrunner position.