GESG's Eco Lifecycle Assessment Services Announced
Green EcoSystems Group (GESG) has announced the availability of its Eco Lifecycle Assessment Services to help clients assess and improve on all aspects of product toxicity, waste stream management, and energy utilization.
The European Union EU has implemented an ambitious lifecycle assessmemt program under the Energy Using Products (EuP) Directive to address the security of its energy supply, as well as product lifecycle cost and process efficiency issues. EuP introduces new supply chain data collection and reporting requirements that are far more challenging than RoHS, REACH, WEEE, or any other current legislation. Companies will be required to provide ecological profiles of their products, which will require information on material and energy inputs and outputs. Ecological profiles must include information specific to the environmental aspects for each stage of the Eco Lifecycle starting with the extraction of raw materials from the earth and/or the use of recycled materials; continuing through the processing, manufacturing, distribution, and use stages; ending with the disposal stage.
GESG's Eco Lifecycle Assessment services have been designed to allow any manufacturing company to respond to these EuP-specific life cycle assessment data collection and reporting requirements.
In the new green business climate, global manufacturing companies must continually assess and improve their products and processes to retain customers, gain competitive advantage, and comply with environmental legislation. The areas of Eco Lifecycle assessment, improvement, and innovation will become increasingly important for companies wishing to compete in global markets.
GESG offers comprehensive product toxicity, waste stream management, climate, and energy analysis services in tandem with its Green-EcoSystems (Green-ES) software and solutions portfolio. GESG helps companies to improve profitability through improved corporate brand equity, reduced life cycle toxicity costs, and increased energy utilization efficiencies.
Green EcoSystems Group is a joint venture formed in 2008 by The GoodBye Chain Group and Quantum Compliance to help manufacturing companies assess and improve on all aspects of product toxicity, waste stream management, and energy utilization.
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