Single Green G“We brought in Greenomics to analyze our GHG emissions and to identify the optimal location for our next manufacturing facility for our HolyCrap and Skinny B ready to eat cereals. This strategic approach will lead to a reduction in GHG emissions of 60% while simultaneously reducing costs and improving customer service which is the ultimate business case for sustainability.”

Brian Mullins, CEO
Hapi Foods Group Inc.

“We engaged Greenomics to define our firm`s Corporate Sustainability plan. We are one of Canada`s leading consulting engineering firms, six decades old and 400 people strong. From commencement of this grand endeavour, we have found their team to be proactive, collegial, responsive and highly knowledgeable in the business of sustainability.”

Patti Glass, Corporate Marketing Specialist
Read Jones Christoffersen

Integrated Sustainability Strategies

Sustainable StrategiesIntegrated sustainability strategies for businesses and organizations need be closely linked to community and environmental sustainability strategies. To develop an effective solution requires factoring for social and environmental factors that interface with businesses to ensure an integrated solution that effectively balances all three key variables of community, the environment, and profitability. Our approach includes these variables to offer tailored solutions specific to your business in a range of industries including FMCG, professional services, manufacturing, institutional, and various levels of governments.

Managing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions

GHG ManagementThe internationally established Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol essentially establishes three types of emissions. Those that companies are:

    • directly responsible for producing such as CO2 emissions from manufacturing
    • indirectly responsible for such as emissions from purchased electricity, and
    • those created by service providers such as airlines.

Many companies are measuring the first two; however, there are substantial gains to be found by looking at the third type, which some forward thinking companies are starting to do to gain a competitive edge.

This shift is due to the realization that measuring GHG emissions also identifies where and how you are dependent upon fossil fuels and your vulnerability to their unpredictable price fluctuations. We also know fossil fuels will continue to become more expensive as conventional supplies are depleted, so the sooner alternatives are found the better.

By conducting a comprehensive review of your organization’s GHG emissions, you can identify areas most at risk and develop solutions to minimize those risks while at the same time reducing costs and improving customer experience. This cannot be done by spending hard earned money on carbon offsets or purchasing “green energy”. Invest that money in:

Resource Recovery and Zero Waste

What is Resource Recovery?
It is the extraction of useful resources from a waste stream that would otherwise be dumped at a landfill.

How our approach helps Municipalities, Regional Districts and other organizations:

  • Achieve Zero Waste Goals through Resource Recovery
  • Community based employment opportunitie
  • Economic Development
  • Social Engagement – opportunities to connect with community
  • Behavioural Change
  • Generates Revenues, and
  • Reduce Waste Disposal Costs