The resources and manufacturing sector must continue to innovate or it will risk being be left behind
The spotlight has been on high energy and raw material users for many years. Emissions reporting, associated taxation, investor and customer requests for more transparency and improved environmental performance – businesses in heavy industry have been responding to these requirements for decades. Afterall, around 30% of global emissions come from extraction, manufacturing, chemicals and cement industries.
Where other sectors are just waking up to the imperative of the climate emergency and looking to start their sustainability journey from a first baseline; manufacturers and resource intensive industries have already squeezed the everyday environmental savings from their businesses. The bar is simply higher and innovation critical for these businesses to continue their sustainability journeys.
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To successfully compete and withstand pressure from internal and external stakeholders on sustainability issues, the largest industrial business must go well beyond the boundaries of their own direct operations. They must take on the sustainability challenge of their upstream and downstream value chains as their own. They must show meaningful results, turning carbon sources into carbon sinks. On the worlds stage, those responsible for the most emissions will need to embed truly sustainability business practice into their operations, products and business mission to succeed.
Client success Stories
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The Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting framework – SECR is a package of regulations published by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy that came into effect from 1st April 2019. The first public disclosure will emerge in 2020, allowing companies a full year to collect the required data. Over 10,000 businesses will now have to comply with additional (or modified) energy and carbon reporting obligations from FY 2019/20 onwards.
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Resources and Manufacturing
With a specialist resources team at the cutting edge of sustainability problem solving and innovation for clients, Avieco are extremely well placed to support your unique sustainability journey. Our team thrive through taking your sustainability problems and making them our own.
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