02 Sep '11, 10am

Arup predicts surge in demand for supply chain footprint services via @businessgreen

Having successfully reported on the carbon emissions associated with their buildings and transport, growing numbers of businesses will now step up efforts to measure the carbon footprint of their supply chain. That is the prediction of engineering and consultancy giant Arup , which is anticipating a surge in demand for its carbon footprinting services as firms attempt to gauge the environmental impact of their suppliers and identify areas where they can extract environmental and financial savings from their supply chain. FURTHER READING Exclusive: Adidas reveals talks underway to detox global sportswear supply chain Nike says 'just do it' to detoxed supply chain The company has recently completed a comprehensive assessment of supply chain emissions, known technically as Scope 3 emissions, for the NHS and higher education sector, and is now offering a similar service to pri...

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