Typically, when EH&S consultants, business specialists, and regulators talk about sustainability, they break things down into the Triple Bottom Line: People, Planet, Profit.
In the past few weeks, we've been paying some close attention to sustainability and compliance reporting: what type of information goes into a report? What's the best way to manage reporting activities? And who should reports be targeted to?
If you’re tracking environmental data from a large facility, or a group of several facilities, the amount of data requiring your attention and management is enormous. It’s easy to get overwhelmed and get lost in piles of paperwork.
Wading through dozens of interconnected spreadsheets to calculate your air emissions or generate compliance reports can be an even more aggravating process. It might even be costing you more money than it is worth if it takes an unreasonable amount of time or a large team of EH&S specialists to get things done.
Like many businesses, you probably use some sort of ERP software or have developed your own in-house system for measuring success. But when it comes to environmental performance you might be like many others: stumped.
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