When organizations purchase fuel to generate heat on site, fuel furnaces, fire boilers, or run stoves for cooking purposes, they’re responsible for these direct, stationary emissions. There are also stationary carbon emissions produced from the combustion of fuels to produce electricity, steam, heat, or power at a fixed location.
When greenhouse gases are inadvertently leaked into the atmosphere, these fugitive emissions must be accounted and included in carbon calculations. Employee travel is also a source of carbon emissions. If an organization runs any kind of vehicle in the course of doing business, they’re responsible for their greenhouse gas emissions, also known as mobile or tailpipe emissions.
Organizations are starting to account for supply chain emissions and the use of raw materials, as pressure grows from a variety of external and often critical stakeholders, all demanding complete accountability.
If you undertake energy and environmental initiatives, but lack enterprise-wide visibility and insight, how can you drive value across departments and up and down the supply chain?
vx Sustain helps you manage and report a complex set of data across the enterprise.
With vx Sustain, you can:
The vx Sustain value: