The environmental issue is nothing new in our society today.
Due to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the planet is warming up, animal species are disappearing. In December 2019, the European Commission unveiled its Green Deal for Europe, its flagship plan to make Europe climate neutral by 2050 (i.e. to strike a balance between emissions and absorption of carbon from the atmosphere by using different means to reduce the GHGs produced and in particular CO2).
While the responsibilities are shared by all as individuals, business also has a role to play and can contribute to carbon neutrality by adopting a more responsible policy and reducing its CO2 emissions on a daily basis.
How can a company reduce its carbon footprint?
Above all, being aware of the carbon impact of your purchases and implementing a policy to reduce your CO2 emissions is a real performance factor for your company!
– This generates business opportunities. Consumption patterns have changed. Offering solutions that reduce the carbon footprint’ will attract the committed decision makers of today and tomorrow
– This helps to reduce the costs associated with lowering the energy consumption of buildings and the movement of people
– This develops its ’employer’ reputation and the sense of belonging of its teams by enabling them to engage in ethical actions in line with current social issues
Itancia Again can help you (or your clients) make the ecological transition by proposing concrete and economical offers.
Buying “refurbished” electronic products (telecoms, IT, mobiles, networks) allows you to immediately improve your carbon footprint through a real saving of kg of CO2.
Buying a refurbished smartphone saves 47kg of CO2
But how do you measure its ‘environmental impact’?
Itancia Again can now calculate the carbon emissions of refurbished products and allows you to evaluate the C02 savings made when purchasing vs. new with its CO2-saving offer.
From now on, whatever the type of refurbished products you buy (computers, smartphones, telephones, etc.), simply have a view of the CO2 savings made on all your bills/invoices thanks to our CO2 calculator which is based on the Bilan Carbone® methodology developed by the ADEME.