October 04, 2023

Useful tool for ESG reporting

  • ESG

From 2024, large companies in the EU will be required to report on their sustainability, climate or corporate social responsibility performance. This is laid down in the corporate sustainability reporting directive (CSRD).

The CSRD regulates in detail (in more than 1,000 criteria) what information must at least be included in the report and this demands quite a lot from companies. We list a few sections:

  • CO₂ emissions from your IT hardware in scope 1,2 and 3
  • Figures on resource inflows, such as the number of kg of recycled material, renewable material and energy used
  • Figures on the outflow of resources, materials and products; how many raw materials, materials and products are thrown away? And how many of these are reused, repaired, dismantled, remanufactured or recycled?
  • Figures on waste, such as how many kg or what percentage is reused, recycled, incinerated and landfilled
  • To what extent human rights are guaranteed in the chain
  • To what extent your choices have contributed or will contribute to circularity (index)
  • What the total cost of ownership (TCO) is over its lifetime.

Do you already have insight into these figures? With our IT Circulator, it is very easy to gain insight into the required data in a controlled and certified manner. We are also happy to help you with insights into how you can improve on this.

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