Added value to address product sustainability
Quantifying a product’s carbon footprint is an important requirement when it comes to procurement, especially in the public sector. Many railway system operators also require an evaluation of the environmental performance of their products using results from life cycle analyzes as a basis for environmental product declarations. These are just some of the requirements that companies face in the area of product durability.
The first step to meeting these requirements is to gain deep knowledge of the product – what materials it is made of, how it was manufactured, how it is used, how it is disposed of at the end of its life. The more complex the product, the more important it is to know not only the company’s own business operations but also the supply chain.
As an added value, all this knowledge provides the basis for the life cycle perspective that allows companies to make the right decisions to improve the overall environmental impact of their products.
Do you think those requirements are relevant to your business as well? We would be happy to hear from you and discuss how you can meet them.
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