Developing Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs)

EPDs are an indication of the manufacturer's commitment to measuring and reducing the environmental impact of its products and services, as well as reporting these in a clear and transparent base. This helps customers view and review the good and the bad of the products environmental impact and performance.

Developing Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) background

Why develop an EPD?

The goal of developing an EPD is to provide relevant and verified information about the products you produce. It allows for a fair comparison of products and services by environmental performance, rather than price. The EPD can cover the extended environmental impact of your products, as well as add up the relevant environmental information from the product's supply chain. 

EPDs help soldify and show your commitment to reducing your impact on the environment, by displaying the emissions of each product and helps identify where you can take action to reduce this impact. 

EPDs are internationally recognised, due to them being based on ISO 14025 qualifications. They help quantify the emissions of your products, and are key in reviewing the full Life Cycle Assessment of your products. 

What does it cover?

EPDs cover the full life cycle of your products, and provides accurate information about the carbon emissions associated with each unit of the product sold. This helps clients and customers see the emissions they would be purchasing into their own streamed emissions, and can reinforce your goals of accurately recording and footprinting your carbon emissions. 

Help from Pro Enviro.

Working closely with your management and operation teams, our expert consultants and data analysts will help you develop and record your scoped emission profile. This will help develop your Life Cycle Assessment of all your goods and services, and will become the basis of developing your EPDs. From here, we will continue to guide and develop your EPDs, as well as offer consultancy on where you can reduce the carbon emissions of your production chain, and reduce the carbon emissions associated with each unit of product sold.