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Getting ready for CSRD on resource use and circular economy

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is one of many incoming EU regulations on circularity.

The CSRD requires 50,000 companies in the EU to disclose data on the impact of their activities on people and the planet and any sustainability risks they are exposed to.

Companies will have to disclose data according to European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) established by the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group(EFRAG).

The set of 12 reporting standards covering the full range of sustainability matters: environment, social and governance.

Among them, the standard ESRS E5 covers Resource use and circular economy.

The ESRS disclosure related to resources use and circular economy requires 4 actions.

We help multiple customers to report resource use and circular economy information according to ESRS E5.

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