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Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)

Conducting a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) enables organisations to identify the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions associated with a product or service, leading to a greater understanding of their impact on the environment. This can be especially helpful in calculating more accurate Scope 3 emissions data.  

Similar to understanding the nutrition content of foods and beverages, consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the environmental impact of the products and services they purchase and use.  

We can work with you to understand the climate impact of your goods and services, and provide guidance on how to reduce and offset the emission output. 

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
Life Cycle Assessment
Cradle to Grave Analysis

Cradle to Grave Analysis 

The cradle to grave methodology of an LCA assesses the emissions of a product from the extraction of the raw material (cradle), through the manufacturing and distribution stages, to the final disposal and recycling phase (grave), and how this is achieved. This end-to-end process results in a final GHG impact figure and provides a clear insight into the sustainability of the product. 

PAS2060

PAS2060 

Offered as an addition to include within your LCA, PAS2060 is an internationally recognised standard that demonstrates the Carbon Neutral status of a product against the following criteria: 

  • Assessment 
  • Reduction 
  • Offsetting 
  • Verification 

Tree Planting

Tree Planting

For each of your products sold, engage in wider marketing and ESG activities such as planting a tree. 

We can help you to plant trees in reforestation projects across the world, bringing significant environmental and social impact benefits. 

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