Commodity strategies need more than energy consulting
With so much emphasis on energy, water and waste are arguably the most widely misunderstood of all of the commodities. Often overlooked, they should be an integral component of a well-rounded, strategic commodity program.
We extend consulting beyond energy
By continuously focusing on water, you can make a tangible contribution towards optimizing your bottom line costs. Like water, waste represents a commodity where charging structures and sustainability reporting obligations add complexity and demand greater resources from consumers.
Your energy management strategy, water and waste included
Our water and waste experts start with a baseline assessment along with a contract review in order to develop a customized procurement roadmap with clear targets.
Invoice Tracking & Validation
We analyze your water and waste data, review invoices and implement variance testing to ensure you’re charged correctly.
We secure the best water purchase agreement for you by offering independent market advice and negotiate terms to match your requirements.
Our commodity experts will pre-qualify various waste service providers on your behalf, manage your procurement strategy and ongoing contracts.
Achieve waste and water cost savings
Boardrooms around the world are beginning to widen their utility focus from only energy management and introduce sustainable water and waste operations across their business for a comprehensive sustainability strategy. When you shift your focus to water and waste and understand your financial and societal obligations, you can begin to leverage these resources as an asset and means to control, and then reduce, costs.
- Discover Energy and Sustainability Services
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