When it comes to putting a robust and effective carbon reduction strategy in place, the first step is to determine your
Greenhouse Gas (GHG) profile,
including both direct (Scope 1) and indirect (Scope 2 & 3) emissions.
However, this can often be a complex process, particularly when it comes to effectively measuring indirect GHG emissions, which are owned and controlled by another company, such as a supplier.
At Envantage, our experts will work alongside you to quantify your GHG emissions profile across all three emissions scopes, providing you with an accurate foundation on which to build your short and long-term low-carbon strategy. We will also work with you to set realistic targets to measure performance.
Our comprehensive expertise means we can also ensure your business meets any compliance obligations under the mandatory Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting requirements (SECR) as part of this process.
Supporting you with Scope 3
When reporting GHG emissions, organisations must report on all Scope 1 & 2 emissions as a minimum. However, Scope 3 emissions often account for 80-90% of a business’ emissions profile and are increasingly becoming an important area to address, particularly if your organisation has already committed to, or is considering, Science Based Targets (SBTi).
As part of our Carbon Road Map Programme , our experts will conduct a Scope 3 emissions screening analysis so you can have a full understanding of the true carbon impact of your operation.
With a keen strategic focus, Envantage began by helping Plastek to better understand its place within the global supply chain, how its behaviours affect carbon emissions and where there is most potential for improvement.