The perfect place to get started on your sustainability journey, or can be used as a tool to generate ideas for where to focus your efforts next.
This self-assessment provides a rigorous, structured and straightforward method for evaluating facility/organizational performance against a wide array of sustainability metrics, customized for the food and beverage manufacturing industry.
Receive a prioritized report identifying potential gaps in your environmental management and compliance program.
This tool is designed to help Ontario food and beverage manufacturers assess compliance with Ontario’s environmental regulations and legislation. The report function provides users with a list of suggested activities that will address potential compliance issues and provides appropriate guidance references.
Food Loss + Waste Reduction Tookit
Help your company quantify its avoidable food waste to allow you to develop cost-effective reduction strategies that can be implemented and whose success can be measured.
Sustainability Reporting Toolkit
The Toolkit aims to streamline your reporting process, making it more manageable for those who do not have dedicated resources or the expertise in what is considered best practice when reporting on your environmental, social and governance (ESG) impacts and performance.
Track a facility’s monthly production, electricity, natural gas, water and waste data in the KPI scorecard to generate environmental sustainability key performance indicators.
Select your desired facility, the unit used to measure production, the reporting year and you are ready to get started tracking indicators on a monthly basis. Enter multiple years’ data to track progress over time.
Turn barriers into opportunities and find cost savings and water management methods for your facility. Customize and create a water and waste management strategy for your facility using this six-stage planning process available in easy-to-use templates and forms.
Providing the necessary information to help food and beverage manufacturers, as well as input supply companies operating in Ontario, fully understand the requirements of the Toxics Reduction Act.
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You must be signed in as a Sustainability Management System member in order to use the Sustainability Integration Tools.