Carbon Neutral Organisation

Verification of your company’s carbon neutrality

Achieving carbon neutrality with other party validation is an important goal for any company intent on reducing and neutralising its environmental impact. Certification according to PAS 2060, the only recognized international standard for carbon neutrality, demonstrates your commitment to climate protection.

As a certified carbon neutral organisation, you are doing your part to promote decarbonisation. At the same time, you prove to customers, partners and investors that you are dedicated to responsible, sustainable operations. By observing the specifications in PAS 2060, you reduce and offset the greenhouse gas emissions produced by your organisation, site, event or products.
Your advantages
  • Reduced environmental impact and a forward-thinking environmental strategy
  • A reputation for environmental responsibility and a greener image
  • Lower energy costs and consumption along with improved performance
  • Transparency around your efforts to reduce and offset emissions and proof of their results
Our procedure

Our experts verify your carbon neutrality in accordance with PAS 2060, the premier international standard for reducing and offsetting greenhouse emissions. Whatever the size or sector of your organisation, PAS 2060 is applicable. You can certify your carbon neutrality across your whole organisation, including:
  • Individual sites
  • Specific buildings
  • Transport
  • Manufacturing
  • Product lines
  • Events
With our objectivity and experience, you can document your sustainable business activities externally, meeting the demands of customers, investors and partners when it comes to climate protection and environmental responsibility.
  • We are experts in the design of environmental data collection and climate protection projects, with many years of specialised knowledge.
  • We have extensive experience helping our clients reduce and offset carbon emissions to achieve carbon neutrality.
  • We specialise in supporting companies seeking PAS 2060 carbon neutrality certification.