Carbonostics is the only application that seamlessly integrates footprint level measurement
Carbonostics delivers three levels of metric solutions that adapts and grows along with the focus and needs of your business and brands.
Carbonostics is the only application that has a completely integrated process to go from the business-level down to the product-level and up again, without double-counting energy factors and producing reports that provide a comprehensive picture of all your impacts and your opportunities for reduction.
Here’s a look at each Carbonostics solution and what it can help you achieve at each level.
Carbon Footprint | Carbon Accounting | Energy Audit | Scope 1 & 2*
This is the carbon footprint of your business. It could also be the carbon footprint of part of your business, like a manufacturing facility. A facility level analysis includes the carbon emissions of your operations by measuring your energy usage within the four walls of your business or facility.
Carbonostics: Business is best for Facility Level measurement.
Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) | Hot-Spot Screening | Product Lifecycle Analysis (pLCA)
This is the carbon footprint of a product that you manufacture. It is often referred to as a lifecycle analysis because it takes into account the entire lifecycle of your product – from farm to fork, from cradle to grave.
Carbonostics: Brand is best for Product Level analyses.
Facility + Product Level | Scope 1, 2 & 3*
This is the combined carbon footprint of your business and the products it creates. At the Organizational Level, the analysis incorporates both the energy used throughout your operations plus the emissions related to every aspect of your product (including agricultural production, transport, storage, processing, shipping, consumer use, and disposal).
*Scopes 1, 2 & 3 refer to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG Protocol), which is an internationally recognized accounting standard to manage greenhouse gas emissions developed by the World Resources Institute and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. For more information, visit the GHG website.
To view the GHG Scopes 1, 2 & 3 graphs, click here.