Product Carbon Footprint (CFP, ISO 14067, PAS2050)

What is Product Carbon Footprint?

Product carbon footprint represents the total greenhouse gas emissions of a product from the supply of the raw material to the end of its life cycle, with CO2 eq. measurement and calculation. In product carbon footprint studies, although the scope and limits are determined on the basis of product and process; they are frequently used as product analysis limits from cradle to door and from cradle to grave.

You can calculate the carbon footprint of your product in accordance with international standards such as ISO 14067, or the GHG Protoco; identify the most carbon-intensive processes and take appropriate steps to reduce it.

Product carbon footprint studies also form a branch of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) studies. Greenhouse gas emission is one of the biggest causes of climate change that has entered our lives with extreme climate events today.

Product carbon footprint studies also form a branch of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) studies. Greenhouse gas emission is one of the biggest causes of climate change that has entered our lives with extreme climate events today.

What is Product Carbon Footprint?

Determining the carbon footprint is the beginning of a long-term planning process that enables companies to develop strategies to reduce their impact on climate change. By calculating a product’s carbon footprint, companies can better understand their environmental impact and work to identify areas where they can reduce emissions and promote sustainability.

Product Carbon Footprint Standards

Standards such as ISO 14067, PAS2050 are followed in Product Carbon Footprint Calculations.

The concept of product carbon footprints has become increasingly important in recent years as consumers become more environmentally conscious and demand greater transparency from the companies they do business with. By providing information on the carbon footprint of their products, companies can help consumers make more informed purchasing decisions and demonstrate their commitment to sustainability. In addition, measuring and reducing the carbon footprint of products can help companies cut costs, improve their reputations and reduce the risks associated with climate change. As a result, the product carbon footprint is a critical tool for promoting sustainability in various industries and enabling the transition to a more environmentally friendly economy. Do not hesitate to contact us to learn more on this topic!

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Ali Rüzgar

Sustainability Senior Advisor

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Senior Sustainability Advisor

David Parker

Sustainability Consultant

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