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Carbon Management White Papers

More Bang, Less Bucks: Why One-Stop Environmental Systems Make Better Business Sense

As the regulatory and environmental landscapes become more prominent and complex, companies have typically deployed various solutions. This white paper explores the business benefits and value of using one environmental enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to meet all of an organization’s environmental management needs – and more.

Sponsor: Enviance

Cut Energy Costs, Reduce Emissions, and Drive Plant Efficiency

Download this report to learn how companies like Total S.A. are tackling heat exchanger fouling to improve capacity and efficiency, while reducing energy costs and environmental impact. Facing a squeeze on margins and pressure to reduce carbon emissions, most refiners must run as efficiently as possible. The drive for efficiency has led many to pay very close attention to a critical and growing problem – heat exchanger fouling — the build-up of dirt deposits on the metal surfaces of heat exchangers. Addressing heat exchanger fouling can achieve cleaner processing and significantly minimize production shutdowns, capital equipment expenditures, and maintenance costs.

Sponsor: IHS

5 Steps to Accelerate Sustainability Efforts: Best Practice Guide

This paper lays out a five-step approach to accelerate progress towards your sustainability goals. You might think you have the right initiatives, but if you don’t know where you started, or how far you’ve progressed, how can you assess your success? With the right sustainability and carbon reporting software, accurate, consistent information can be available as frequently and in as much detail as your organization needs. With the tools to compare and analyze this information frequently, it’s possible to measure and model the environmental benefit and cost-effectiveness of a range of green projects. This white paper is authored jointly by Siemens and CA Technologies.

Sponsor: CA Technologies

Organizational Change Management: Getting All Parties to “Go” for System Adoption

Enviance and Malcolm Pirnie, Inc., an environmental consulting firm, have partnered to provide this white paper, which highlights how companies can successfully incorporate Organizational Change Management into their system adoption practices.

Sponsor: Enviance

Eco-Competitiveness: Safeguarding Profitability and the World’s Natural Resources

As the depletion of the Earth’s natural resources intensifies, organizations will face increased cost and risk. Adopting an eco-competitiveness strategy will not only reduce a company’s reliance on scarce natural resources but also increase their profitability, customer loyalty and corporate reputation. This white paper explores the best practices and technologies you need to jump-start your eco-competitiveness strategy and turn environmental sustainability into a competitive business advantage.

Sponsor: CA Technologies

Environmental ERP: The Natural Progression of ERP

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software is considered a mission-critical business system necessary to manage all the information and functions of a company, providing seamless integration of the information flowing through an organization. In essence, most companies would fail without a cohesive ERP system to understand the core elements of their business. But in today’s landscape of climate change, scarce resources and tighter environmental regulations worldwide, a company’s impact on the environment has become critical to core business operations and financial outcome.

Sponsor: Enviance

What’s On Your Sustainability Dashboard?

Do you have visibility into your EHS compliance and sustainability program initiatives to effectively evaluate your strategies and report results? Advanced solutions and dashboards can provide you with the insight and intelligence required to collect and analyze data across your organization, across the world.

Sponsor: Dakota Software

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