ICM calculates the carbon footprint produced by its activity

ICM (Integral de Conexión y Montajes, S.L.) calculates the carbon footprint (HC), that is, the volume of greenhouse gases (GHG) produced by the organization’s economic activity. A calculation increasingly requested by customers.

At ICM we calculate the carbon footprint based on the Green House Protocol (GHP), the standard that accounts for the six types of GHG gases (CO2, CH4, N2O, HFC, PFC and SF6), focusing only on accounting and reporting of emissions.

Specifically, we carry out the calculation that, shortly, will be mandatory annually, for two of the three scopes included in the GHP: our internal processes (Scope 1), and the processes of our suppliers and influencers (Scope 2).

To do this, we are preparing ICM’s own tables, closer to our real HC, with all the consumption and energy sources used, which allow us to calculate the carbon footprint each year, taking the GHP tables as a reference.