What is a carbon audit?

A carbon audit, sometimes referred to as a 'carbon footprint', is a means of measuring and recording the GHG emissions of an organization or building within a defined system boundary.

Benefits of a Carbon Footprint Audit

To report emissions of all six GHG covered under the Kyoto protocol: namely carbon dioxide, Methane, Nitrous oxide, hydro fluorocarbon, per fluorocarbon and sculpture hexa fluoride Our auditors can provide detailed analysis of key areas of day-to-day activities including overall energy usage, fuel and travel expenses and waste disposal. Develop a GHG Management plan as per ISO 14064 and make recommendations on how your business can reduce its GHG emission.

The GHG Protocol divides emissions into three categories: