Impact Assessment

Business operations can have both positive and negative impacts across many ESG issues. From greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and plastic waste to air quality and waste management, we support our global clients in assessing and monitoring the impacts associated with their ESG priorities. Our team has conducted GHG inventories, life cycle analysis, and air quality controls to reduce the negative impacts and increase the positive impacts of our clients.

  • Air Quality Compliance
  • Environmental Impact Assessments
  • GHG Accounting (Scopes 1, 2, & 3)
  • Impact Funds & Program Design
  • KPI Development & Performance Tracking
  • Life Cycle Analysis
  • Resource Productivity & Circularity
  • Waste and Plastic Footprints

Sustainability Solutions

Strategy Development

Business models and balance sheets are increasingly exposed to a growing list of ESG issues

Risk Management

Enterprise risk management must expand to prioritize and integrate a variety of ESG issues

Voluntary Disclosure

We support our clients in reporting and disclosing voluntary frameworks aligned to their ESG priorities

Regulatory Optimization

We support our clients in optimizing their exposure to current and upcoming ESG regulations

What is a Life Cycle Assessment?

How do we evaluate whether each trade-off on our path to net-zero is worth it? A Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), which offers a framework for quantifying the environmental impacts of a product from cradle–to–grave (i.e., from growth/extraction of raw material inputs all the way through a product’s disposal), allows us to make that determination.

USEPA’s Proposed Reversal of the Once In, Always In Policy – Does This Make Sense?

In 2018, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) made a change in policy that could have significant ramifications for permitted sources of hazardous air pollutants (HAP).  That is when Bill Werhum, Deputy Director of the USEPA, published a guidance memo to the USEPA Regional Air Directors that reversed the long-standing Once In, Always In (OIAI) policy. What is OIAI and what does it mean?

Harvesting Hidden Value from Your Industrial Plant Site

Congratulations! You are now in charge and have been given the unenviable task of maximizing value from your industrial operation. Whether you are new to this role or are a seasoned pro, the challenge is still the same: How do you squeeze more revenue from a facility that has already been streamlined, updated and optimized over and over again by those who came before you?