January 20, 2021 | Using independent reporting, and employing recognised methodologies, the new emissions reporting service focuses on supporting agricultural companies’ sustainability programmes by identifying areas within the feed production process with a high emissions rate and providing tailored strategies to reduce this environmental impact.
“The food and agriculture sectors are responsible for up to 30 per cent of global driven greenhouse gas emissions. Meat and dairy consumption is particularly in the spotlight due to these environmental concerns,” said Paul Steen, Head of Services. “The data, The company have shows that small changes in the animal’s diet can have big impacts on emissions without affecting its performance. It is important that animal nutritionists are aware of this and have the confidence to test new approaches. “Their emissions reporting service is quick, simple and provides nutritionists with the tools to accurately measure outputs. It supports their feed manufacturers’ sustainability programmes by detecting areas within the feed production process with a high emissions rate and providing tailored strategies to reduce this environmental impact,” explained Paul.
The service offers a reliable process using internationally recognised data associated with feed materials and conforms to PAS2050 standards. Feed and protein producers can use the service as a routine management tool to monitor the environmental impact of day-to-day decisions at their production sites.