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New service helps companies reduce CO2 emissions

Two versions – which one is right for you?

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CO2 Impact Basic

Receive an overview of your carbon dioxide emissions and how much you save by recycling. You can filter based on collection locations and time periods. This version is suitable if you don’t really need to steer your business based on information about CO2 emissions. 

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CO2 Impact Plus

Take your analysis one step further with detailed and visualized data about your carbon emissions. You can see and compare carbon dioxide emissions per type of material, plant, and year. With the Plus version, you get the data you need to make environmental and financial improvements. 

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Try out Stena CO2 Impact Plus

Be a frontrunner and get ahead of the curve!

The pilot version of Stena CO2 Impact was launched in the autumn of 2023. The service will be made available to all our customers during the first quarter of 2024, to provide companies with an in-depth insight into their carbon dioxide emissions throughout the waste chain. Do you need to manage your business using detailed emissions data? And do you want to be among the first companies to try out the service pilot? Submit your interest here, and we will get back to you. 

Anna Sundell, Head of Sustainability, Stena Metall

Collecting carbon dioxide data for processes that lie outside of one's own operations is a complex and extensive task. In order to facilitate this work, we are launching a new digital service – visualizing the climate impact of waste management in detail.

Anna Sundell, Head of Sustainability & Communications, Stena Metall

Trace and track you emissions

Quality audited emissions data

Emissions from greenhouse gases occur at several levels within the waste management chain. For accurate and transparent reporting, access to reliable and detailed data is crucial. This can also help you to effectively communicate the environmental benefits of recycling, and demonstrate how circular solutions contribute to reduced environmental impact. 

Three ways to calculate carbon dioxide emissions

In our digital service Stena CO2 Impact, you will find three types of data, presenting different ways of calculating carbon dioxide emissions.

Climate footprint for GHG reporting

Provides you with the data needed for reporting your climate footprint from waste management in sustainability reports (scope 3).

Expanded climate footprint

Includes all emissions presented in greenhouse gas reporting, plus environmental impact from transportation and processes required to create new raw materials from recycled waste.

Prevented climate footprint

Shows the theoretical difference between emissions of the recycled materials made from your waste (expanded climate footprint) and emissions from the production of same-quality virgin material.


Where can I find my emissions data?

The pilot of our new digital service Stena CO2 Impact was launched during the autumn of 2023, and the service will be made available to all of Stena Recycling’s customers during the first quarter of 2024. We are already inviting companies to try out the service during its start-up phase. Submit your interest, and we will get back to you. 

Why should I upgrade to Stena CO2 Impact Plus?

Stena CO2 Impact Plus provides you with detailed, visualized climate data for all parts of your organization. You also receive the option to break down the data based on location, article, time period, and activity in the waste stream. Quick access to all your waste-related scope 3 emissions, with high-quality primary calculated emissions data, makes it easier to create reports and find new circular solutions. 

Where does the data come from?

Waste flows and transport routes are mapped based on expert interviews. We measure incoming and outgoing volumes at all our facilities. Our plant managers report all emissions from our processes annually – from fuel use to heating and electricity. 

Last year's annual average from these reports and the measured volumes are combined with the mapped waste flows to calculate and present the emissions. 

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