SGS and Chevalier (Construction) Company Limited (“Chevalier (Construction)”), a member of the Chevalier Group, signed an agreement on the cooperation of promoting supplier reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions data. Chevalier (Construction) is the first construction company in Asia to implement the S-Carbon digital carbon management platform, which is designed to help companies better understand their suppliers’ GHG emissions levels, encourages the suppliers to work with Chevalier (Construction) in reducing carbon emissions.
S-carbon is a cloud-based digital platform that enables businesses to track, analyze, and report their carbon emissions levels in real-time. The platform leverages SGS’s expertise in carbon management to provide user with a comprehensive solution for managing its suppliers’ carbon emission including calculating and disclosing their carbon emissions by Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions. The data will provide the company insights into emissions hotspots across its supply chain and identify opportunities for improvement.
Ms Miranda Kwan, Director of Knowledge Solutions, SGS Hong Kong said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Chevalier (Construction) to promote sustainable practices. The S-Carbon platform is an effective tool for companies to manage their carbon emissions, and we are proud to be supporting the Company in its efforts to enhance their supply chain carbon management. This partnership demonstrates how digital solutions can empower companies to extend the coverage of their carbon management to their suppliers and make a positive environmental impact. We are confident that Chevalier (Construction) will set an example for other companies in Asia to follow.”
Mr. HK Lau, Operations Director of Chevalier (Construction) Company Limited said: “Chevalier (Construction) is pleased to partner with SGS to promote supply chain carbon management by implementing the S-Carbon platform. A better understanding of our suppliers’ GHG emission level enables us to plan ahead for our carbon reduction schedule, in order to echo with the Hong Kong Government’s target of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050.”