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Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting

Sustainability is vital to your success. It’s important to your customers, your employees, your shareholders and others. When you support sustainability with accurate greenhouse gas emissions reporting, you commit to maintaining a balance between economics, society and our physical environment.

It’s all about profit, people and the planet. As a business or large organization, you want to do what’s right. You promise to balance your need for natural resources with efforts to use less, work smarter and share more. We promise our support to make it easier for you.

Track Your Carbon Footprint

Your sustainability success is partially dependent on your carbon footprint—that’s the measure of your total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the largest component of greenhouse gas emissions. According to the Green Building Council, buildings account for 39 percent of carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. Therefore, to reduce CO2 in the atmosphere, it makes sense to monitor larger commercial and residential buildings to reduce their output.

Depending on your city and state, you may be required to submit one or more emissions reports. Reporting regulations are usually based on your industry as well as the size and location of your commercial buildings. Legal statutes guarding emissions are continually being changed and tightened. If you do business in several cities or states, keeping pace with and meeting all the reporting regulations can get complicated.

We Can Help

 We specialize in GHG emissions reporting. As industry experts we save you time and money while avoiding any mishaps related to accurate emissions reporting. We can set up your facilities in the EPA’s Energy Star Portfolio Manager, an online tool that provides the ability to run benchmarking reports and receive an energy score. Using this data, we can help you produce the government reports you need to comply with emissions regulations and requirements.

To learn more about these services, contact us today.

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Why Businesses Measure GHG Emissions
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