Climate Protection (PDF)


Environmental Protection (PDF)

First CO2 footprint calculated for Interroll according to GHG Protocol

In 2023, Interroll calculated its carbon footprint for 2022 and 2023 for the first time in accordance with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard.

The GHG Protocol Corporate Standard divides a company’s emissions into two different types: direct and indirect.

  • Direct emissions – are emissions from sources owned or controlled by the reporting company.
  • Indirect emissions – are emissions that are a consequence of the reporting company’s activities but occur at sources owned or controlled by another company.

Emissions are further divided into three scopes:

  • Scope 1 emissions (direct emissions): Emissions from activities owned or controlled by the reporting company
  • Scope 2 emissions (indirect emissions): Emissions from the generation of purchased or acquired electricity, steam, heating or cooling consumed by the reporting company
  • Scope 3 emissions (indirect emissions): All indirect emissions (not included in Scope 2) generated in the reporting company’s value chain, including upstream and downstream emissions.

All figures now refer to the quantity of CO2 equivalents in accordance with the GHG Protocol. The periods January 1 to December 31 of the respective year were used as the basis for calculating energy consumption.