Carbon Management

At Sweco, we understand the challenge that climate change presents and we recognise our responsibility as designers and engineers to reduce carbon emissions. Our innovative yet straightforward approach to managing carbon and cost has led us to be recognised as international experts and leaders in the civil engineering industry. We apply our expertise to projects, organisations, local authorities and cities to help our clients reduce carbon as efficiently as possible and plan for a net-zero carbon future.

SERVICES

  • Carbon / Cost Consultancy
  • EIA Climate Assessment
  • Low Carbon Infrastructure
  • Carbon Reduction Training
  • Sustainability Strategy Development
  • Carbon Footprint Verification

EIA Climate Assessment

We expertly assess and minimise the impact of our projects on the global climate, while ensuring their resilience to projected climate change.

European Union Directive 2014/52/EU, requires climate change to be addressed within the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process.

Through our proactive implementation of directive requirements and contributions to associated industry guidance, Sweco continue to be at the forefront of this field. We address climate change mitigation and adaptation at the earliest stages of a project, which enables potentially significant effects to be mitigated. 

From large-scale transportation schemes to energy from waste facilities, our award-winning Carbon & Sustainability Team has leading experience in conducting EIA climate assessments for a broad range of projects.

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