The assessment of the environmental performance of your company and products can be supported by:

Benchmarking sites

Benchmarking against best or average performers often helps to define fields of improvement actions.

Benchmarking products

Benchmarking against best or average products, which fulfill the same function or meet the same need often helps to define fields of improvement actions.

Quantifying indirect effects

Fields of action are often put into perspective if indirect aspects are considered. Quantifying indirect effects within EMAS is therefore important to take improvement measures where they help most.

Environmental performance evaluation

An evaluation to quantify, understand, and track the relevant environmental aspects of a system. The basic idea is to identify indicators (environmental, operational and management), which can be measured and tracked to facilitate continuous improvements.

Analysing products (LCA studies incl. Carbon footprinting)

The aim of analysing your product by environmental life cycle assessment (LCA) according to ISO 14040ff is to evaluate the reduction potential of the products environmental negative effects and to set priorities in product improvement. This fully covers the Carbon footprint of the product, which hence is also offered as separate service.

Eco-efficiency studies

By choosing the method for production, service, disposal or recovery that makes most ecological and economic sense you ensure optimum conservation of resources, minimum emissions and waste and low overall costs.

Life cycle sustainability (LCS)

Taking jointly into account the economic, social, and environmental aspects throughout the whole life of a product or technology you improve the overall sustainable performance of your product or technology.