Reducing carbon emissions in your organization and projects can be challenging. By implementing the CO2 Performance Ladder, conducting business while contributing to a sustainable environment will become an opportunity rather than a challenge. You reduce CO2, which means you’ll reduce energy and costs: a win-win situation! Curious to know more about what the Ladder can do for your organization? Check out the videos of certification and procurement with the CO2 Performance Ladder!
Organizations with a certificate on the CO2 Performance Ladder have implemented a comprehensive CO2 management system and are working structurally on CO2 reduction and continuous improvement in this field. Next to this, they could gain award advantages from commissioning parties that make use of the Ladder in tenders. The video below explains in short how your organization can obtain a certificate in order to structurally reduce carbon emissions and continuously improve towards a sustainable economy.
Next to being a comprehensive CO2 management system for organizations, commissioning parties can make a positive impact on the environment and use the power of procurement by implementing the Ladder in tenders. In this way they stimulate the transition towards a low carbon economy and direct their money towards sustainability. This supports their sustainable procurement goals.The following video explains in short how commissioning parties can implement the CO2 Performance Ladder during tenders.
More information about the Ladder to obtain a certificate for the CO2 management system or how to make use of the Ladder as a procurement instrument? Our website consists of two distinctive categories, namely ‘Certification’ and ‘Procurement’. Each category contains more detailed information to implement the CO2 Performance Ladder according to your organization’s ambitions.
Organizations that wish to obtain a certificate can gain insights by downloading the Practical Guide on our website. The first part of the Practical Guide contains information for organizations that want to obtain a certificate up to level 3 of the CO2 Performance Ladder. The second part of the Practical Guide tells you how to obtain a certificate on level 4 or 5 of the CO2 management system. Moreover, the Handbook 3.0 is the official norm and contains everything you need to know for the certification trajectory.
Commisioning parties that want to make use of the CO2 Performance Ladder in tenders can download the Procurement Guide 3.0. This document contains detailed information for commissioning parties to achieve their ambitions towards sustainability in projects by implementing the Ladder.
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