The CRU Group has developed a web-based tool to help users understand emissions at the company and asset level to make better decisions in pursuit of lowering the carbon released into the atmosphere.
CRU’s Emissions Analysis Tool uses standardized data and methodologies, calibrated to existing schemes such as the EU emissions trading system (EU ETS), International Aluminum Institute (IAI) and World Steel Association (worldsteel), to help clients accurately understand the emissions of aluminum and steel producers.
Learn more about how you can drive enhanced sustainability strategies and results with high-quality, standardized emissions data on an interactive analysis platform.
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