Measurement of Corporate Carbon Emissions
CORPORATE CARBON FOOTPRINT
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Any climate and eco-responsibility strategy must start with calculating the carbon footprint to understand the climate impact of an organization and target appropriate and effective GHG emission reduction initiatives. We measure the emissions of your buildings to give you back control and knowledge of your corporate carbon footprint!
We calculate your carbon footprint on 4 categories, that are high GHG emitters: production, energy, waste management and transport (coming soon).
What is the carbon footprint?
We talk about carbon footprint because the effect of each GHG is converted into carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e), the main GHG emitted.
Our carbon footprint assessment service is aimed at all organizations wishing to measure the carbon emissions of their buildings, in order to increase the performance of their business, while improving their environmental assessment. Organizations wishing to commit to achieving carbon neutrality can also do so with us.
Why should you acheive your Corporate Carbon Footprint with Solutions Will?
Determine the main sources of GHG emissions from your organization’s operations, and benefit from an overview of your emissions.
Identify opportunities to reduce GHG emissions in your facilities and supply chain.
Guide the commercial and subcontracting decisions of your organization.
Contribute, according to its scale, to climate issues in an effective and appropriate manner.
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Want to know more about our Carbon Footprint Service?
WILL Solutions has offered its carbon expertise for nearly two decades to companies and organizations wishing to increase the performance of their business while improving their environmental footprint. The calculation of the carbon footprint is made according to the period previously determined in step 1 and under the requirements of the International Standard ISO 14064-1: 2018.
How do we realize your corporate carbon footprint?
Our scope of expertise and calculation is the building, whether institutional, commercial or industrial. We do not calculate emissions linked to agricultural land use or deforestation, but we can refer you to expert partners.
Our carbon footprint service is based on the greenhouse gas emissions accounting principles of the international standard ISO 14064-1: 2018. That is, the categorization of GHG emissions according to scopes 1, 2 and 3 is taken into account.
This GHG emissions report allows you to identify avenues for eco-responsible practices and technologies, which will subsequently reduce your company’s carbon footprint, quickly and effectively.
This corporate carbon footprint is done in 5 steps:
1. Meeting and definition of the scope of calculation
2. Data collection
3. Carbon footprint calculation
4. Conception of the carbon footprint report including a plan of reduction opportunities with tailor-made recommendations
5. Delivery and presentation of the completed report and eco-responsible recommendations
Once the carbon footprint is done, what are my next steps?
Reduce my GHG emissions according to the recommendations in my carbon footprint report.
Reducing emissions is the next step. After carrying out your carbon assessment, carry out carbon reduction projects. These will allow you to reduce your corporate environmental footprint.
Do you want to be rewarded for your GHG reduction efforts? Join the WILL’s Sustainable Community for free. We calculate and aggregate your reduced tons of CO2, convert them into carbon credits and return most of the sales to you. Monetize your carbon reductions simply!
Offset my GHG emissions by purchasing local, certified and verified carbon credits.
Once your reduction projects have been completed, there remains a part of the emissions that cannot be reduced.
It may be time to offset your incompressible carbon footprint! WILL Solutions offers quality carbon credits, available through the GHG reduction projects of small businesses and organizations here in Quebec (and soon in Ontario).