Product carbon footprints help businesses understand the environmental impact of the goods and services they sell.
We recognise that calculating a product’s carbon footprint can be time consuming due to the resources and effort required. As a result, selecting the product (or process) to footprint and the boundary is crucial.
It is critical to be clear about what you want to know and the scope of your study from the start. Our approach is to assist you in listing the key business activities and processes that you want to include in the study.
In terms of specific life cycle scope for a good or service, the PAS 2060 guideline states that the study should, in general, cover all lifecycle stages, from raw material extraction to transport, manufacture, distribution, retail, and use to the product’s end of life.