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Carbon Footprint

Carbon Footprint is a measure of the level of harmful greenhouse gas emissions a company produces. An organization's carbon footprint can be broken down into the primary and secondary footprints. The primary footprint is the sum of direct emissions of greenhouse gases from the burning of fossil fuels for energy consumption and transportation.

The secondary footprint is the sum of indirect emissions of greenhouse gases during the lifecycle of products used by an individual or organization.

Product Recycling Rate

Product Recycling Rate measures the proportion of the products a company sells that is recycled or reused.

Product Recycling Rate = [Amount of products recycled or reused / Total amount of products sold] x 100

Energy Consumption

Energy Consumption is a measure of how much energy a company is consuming which can be measured by the amount of energy purchased from an energy supplier in a given period.

Saving Levels due to Conservation and Improvement Efforts

Saving Levels Due to Conservation and Improvement Efforts measures the total level of savings (in carbon emissions, water usage, energy usage or costs) generated from the conservation and improvement projects identified.

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