Eco Trip is a scalable platform to track employee CO2 travel emissions. From the daily commute to globe spanning business trips, it gives you all the information you need in order to make smart, informed decisions about how to reduce the carbon footprint of your business.
The best bit is that as well as saving the planet, it can reduce costs too.
So get on board, and let's go for an Eco Trip!
HOW IT WORKS
Each employee uses the Eco Trip app to log their daily commutes and business travel. This can be as simple as the employee entering their address and specifying their mode of transport.
Eco Trip will do the rest.
Employers see a summary of all the CO2 emissions from employee-travel in the online control panel, along with suggested strategies for reducing them.
Reduction strategies, such as car sharing, more environmentally-friendly transport options etc, are implemented. Savings are forecast, both in terms of CO2 emissions, and financially.
The Eco Trip control panel collates travel data from each employees' app into a summarised form.
As customers demand for companies with green credentials grow, pro-active and environmentally responsible businesses must account for all emissions, including those from employee travel.
Businesses that fail in this regard will be left behind.
Working from home means smaller offices and fewer car parking spaces.
Employees who track their own CO2 travel emissions reduce centralised CO2-related accounting work.
And this all leads to financial savings.
Walking and cycling to work leads to a healthier workforce.
And a healthier workforce means less sick leave and greater productivity.
Europeans take an average of 38 minutes every day to commute to work and back.
With a home office, you get this time back to spend on more important things.
Working from home, car sharing, or walking or cycling to work can save a significant amount of money each year.
Even a small reduction each week can add up, leaving you with more disposable income.
Sedentary lifestyles are a key factor in reduced longevity.
Walking and cycling are key activities that can contribute to a healthier, longer life.
Lead the way on climate action by signing your business up to taking part in the
Eco Trip pilot scheme, coming soon *
* Limited spaces available. The pilot scheme will include a small selection of businesses to help us refine the Eco Trip experience.