Sustainability is important in today's business landscape. We develop customized sustainability programs for clients that are easy to understand and implement.
What does a sustainable future mean to you?
- Reduce environmental impact on the air, water and land.
- Ensure the longevity of your business
- Transition to clean and renewable energy sources
- Implementation of a circular economy
- Education on sustainability goals, ESG, and climate impacts.
Every business is different, that is why we customize a program to fit your business. We help you develop sustainable strategies that incorporates the business case for change and bring competitive advantages and value creation to your business.
Sustainability Audit – conducting an audit can help you set a baseline and prioritize sustainability goals. Goals may include climate action, responsible consumption and production, clean water, clean energy.
Sustainability Program – we develop a customized program with realistic action items and timelines to help you implement your goals.
Sustainability Reporting – Whether you have an established program or just starting reporting can track your progress. We can prepare ESG and CSR reports.
Many firms are aligning their Environmental Social Governance (ESG) and Corporate Sustainability Reports (CSR) reports with 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (learn more here). Areas may include packaging, energy, water, supply chain, air and carbon emissions, waste, etc.
Life Cycle Assessments
FOURSES completes life cycle assessments to assess environmental impacts associated with all the stages of the life cycle of a commercial product, process or services. All stages mean from raw material extraction through materials processing, manufacture, distribution and use. We complete produce carbon footprints (PCF) at the product level using an application of the LCA methodology that focuses on greenhouse gas emissions.
Circular Economy and Zero Waste
We can evaluate your waste streams and develop your zero waste game plan. There are an increasing number of options available such as reusable and compostable material to help you achieve zero waste goals. Zero waste encompasses the conservation of all resources by means of responsible production, consumption, reuse, and recovery of all products, packaging, and materials, without burning them, and without discharges to land, water, or air that threaten the environment or human health.
FOURSES worked with our internal green team to assist in developing our internal and external facing sustainability programs. It was great working with someone familiar with our services.
— Engineering Firm
FOURSES helped us find a beneficial reuse of one of our waste streams to not only reduce our disposal costs but generate a new source of revenue.
— Mining Client