Your partner in Carbon Management
Expert CO2 is a brand powered by TDR Energy S.R.L., a company with 10 years experience which offers viable solutions in the field of environmental protection, being a reliable partner for our customers in the effort to implement an appropriate environmental policy.
By its team of specialists with an extensive experience in implementing international policies to reduce the greenhouse gases emissions, Expert CO2 is by your side step by step to help you to reduce the impact of climate change, even today!
Our mission is to help companies to know and to understand all the aspects related to the Carbon Management, as a component of a sustainable development.
Our future depends on the future of the planet and the future of the planet depends on us!
We calculate and offset your carbon footprint
Carbon management introduces a new performance indicator of the company: Carbon footprint. An effective reduction of greenhouse gases emissions cannot be achieved without calculating the carbon footprint, in compliance with the requirements under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gases emissions, measured in tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent(CO2e). In calculating the carbon footprint, the emissions generated directly and indirectly as a result of the activities of a company will be taken into consideration.
The accumulation of heat in the atmosphere near the Planet’s surface is caused by greenhouse gases. As the glass walls of a greenhouse cause an increase of temperature from inside, the greenhouse effect heats the planet’s surface. In the absence of this effect, the temperature would be below freezing point.
Human activities have intensified very much the natural greenhouse effect, causing global warming and triggering climate change. The sources of CO2 emissions may be, for example, the production of thermal and electrical energy, heating with fossil fuels or transport operations.
Greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O) and hydrofluorocarbons have a different potential of global warming. For example, a tonne of methane is equivalent to 25 tonnes of CO2 and a tonne of nitrous oxide is equivalent to 298 tonnes of CO2. To bear in mind this aspect, the quantity of emissions for each greengouse gas is transformed into carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e), so that the total impact of sources can be aggregated into a single figure.
By implementing the carbon management standards (ISO 14064-14067 and ISO 14069) in our activity, we guarantee the calculation of a real carbon footprints at the level of the companies.
Carbon Management, a Corporate Social Responsibility objective
Carbon management is an action related to the Corporate Social Responsibility policy (CSR), and it has an important role in how the community perceives the company, that is why the benefits from the implementation of such a policy are numerous.
By calculating the greenhouse gases emissions that are released into the atmosphere during the normal business cycle of any company or individual and by offsetting them, the companies get advantages over its competitors, benefiting from an improved image that it is shown on the market, in front of its customers and partners.
Having the reputation of being actively involved in reduction of its own carbon emissions, the companies will benefit from customers support who are increasingly aware of environmental issues, ensuring their loyalty. Thus a competitive advantage is obtained which is translated into increased sales and market share.
Many environmental projects that reduce the concentrations of greenhouse gases emissions are also based on offsetting the carbon footprint, participating effectively in reducing the carbon footprint globally. It does not matter where these projects are carried out in Europe or Australia, the effect on the climate is the same.
By implementing the Carbon Management today, the companies will successfully face any challenges of the future legislation in the field of climate change.
What today is voluntary, tomorrow may be compulsory!
The European Council set the EU’s goal of reducing the emissions of greenhouse gases by 80% by 2050, compared to 1990, for the transition to a competitive economy with low emissions of carbon.
To achieve this target it requires the involvement of all institutions, companies, organizations and people. Whether we are talking about small or big companies, we must be fully aware that only by our responsible action we can create a climate-friendly future.
Thus we address to any company, regardless of size, number of employees, location, activity or form of organization for which the responsibility towards the environment is important, regardless of the field of activity in which it operates.