Every business has a carbon footprint.

It is created in the day-to-day running of your company. It includes staff transport, freight or goods transport, energy consumption and the company’s use of goods and services provided by third parties.

Our calculator’s business section estimates the carbon footprint of every aspect of your business. In its page “staff” you can also offset the individual carbon footprint of an arbitrary number of your staff.

The calculator’s options should be adequate (and accurate) for most companies.

Big corporations, manufacturers and transport-intensive companies are likely to have additional factors (e.g. supply of raw materials, industrial production, unusually high energy consumption, multiple offices, etc) requiring a calculation that accounts for specific circumstances.

We provide a free assessment and calculation of your company’s carbon footprint. Simply complete your contact details in the enquiry form below..

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German Chancellor's call for reform of ETS is relevant and timely

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