Seeding services allow the company to start taking their first steps along the sustainability process, 
through the main analysis and measurement tools.

With Seeding services, we support the client company in achieving its goals by maintaining a correct approach to sustainability, respecting the interests of stakeholders, for correct and consistent communication in methodologies and data

With the Seeding services, the company sows and witnesses the sprouting of its sustainability strategy. The strategy will reach its completion in the stage we call “Growing & Harvesting”.


IThe service allows you to scientifically calculate the carbon footprint of a product or process, based on data and information provided by the customer and database data. The result is a measurement of the Carbon Footprint that can be used as a basis for internal company assessments or in B2B communication. The study and measurement of the Carbon Footprint aimed at B2C communication can be carried out later as part of the Growing and Harvesting phase.


The circularity index allows you to calculate the circularity level of a product, enhancing those that contain a significant percentage of recycled materials, which can be used and reused several times, and which are more easily recyclable at the end of their life. The index can be used as an internal benchmark or in external communication.


The materiality analysis aims to define the sustainability criteria (environmental, economic and social) that are priority for the company, also considering the stakeholders point of view. The final purpose of the analysis is to provide the company the first assessment of these criteria. Both the sustainability strategy and any sustainability report will be based on the preliminary assessment. These additional activities can be developed with a Growing & Harvesting approach.


The activity aims to create content relating to the reporting of specific aspects of sustainability by the company, starting from the indications of the GRI standards. It is possible to report single standards and related information, declaring them "GRI referenced ". The contents can be used by the company in internal and external communication, but also in a possible sustainability report to be developed with a Growing & Harvesting approach.


The goal is to identify strengths and weaknesses in terms of environmental sustainability of a product or type of product, highlighting its positioning related to the industry benchmark. The analysis is particularly useful for those companies that are developing new products or reviewing products already on the market, particularly with innovation objectives.