The greenhouse gas calculation and the evaluation of the individual carbon footprint is becoming increasingly important to manufacturers. In this webinar video, we show you how to consider greenhouse gas emissions in a cost calculation as a first step of sustainable engineering.
In the context of climate change and global warming, it is no longer sufficient to consider only the carbon footprint calculation in product costing. Next to carbon dioxide (CO2), there are other greenhouse gases that are generated in industrial production. The bill of materials (BoM) is full of sources of greenhouse gases that must be considered.
Our Sustainable Product Costing webinar shows how much greenhouse gas is emitted from the production and recycling of a particular part.
What to expect from the Sustainable Product Costing webinar:
- Which greenhouse gases can be considered? Which sources of greenhouse gases can be identified in a BoM?
- What can be done in a calculation to show the quantity of greenhouse gas emissions in relation to the product development?
- What is the impact of a relocation regarding the greenhouse gas emission?
- Discussion of what needs to be considered as well and what would be relevant additionally.
With the greenhouse gas calculation it is possible to show the cost effect of greenhouse gas avoidance, depending on the associated taxes.
Our Kai Fischer, Senior Product Manager at FACTON, will present the topic that includes a demonstration of our FACTON EPC solution. See our prototype of a greenhouse gas calculation for a BoM as part of FACTON EPC Should Costing 12.
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