CarbonChain’s New Tool to Trace Carbon Footprint

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thyssenkrupp Materials Services and CarbonChain have teamed up to make buying low-carbon materials easier.

They have introduced a new tool that tracks the carbon footprint of products. With CarbonChain's software, thyssenkrupp Materials Services can now show customers and suppliers in Europe how much carbon is in their materials.

This partnership aims to make it simpler for everyone to understand how much carbon different metals produce. By using specific data instead of averages, they can give more accurate information. This helps buyers who want to choose greener materials for their projects.

thyssenkrupp Materials Services will now provide reports showing the carbon footprint of their products. These reports will break down emissions by stage and source, helping buyers see where the most carbon comes from.

Jörg Heiles, CEO of Materials Eastern Europe, says they want to make it easy for buyers to pick sustainable materials.

Adam Hearne, CEO of CarbonChain, said knowing the carbon footprint of what you buy is crucial for reaching carbon reduction goals. They believe this partnership will provide the data needed for smarter, greener choices.

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Source: CarbonChain


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