Industrial/Manufacturing: 30 Action Items for Reducing Carbon Emissions, Water Use, and Waste

Price: Starting at USD 3,000
Publish Date: 27 Apr 2023
Code: PT-2732
Research Type: Presentation
Pages: 104
Industrial/Manufacturing: 30 Action Items for Reducing Carbon Emissions, Water Use, and Waste
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Identify 30 action items for reducing carbon emissions, water use, and waste in the industrial/manufacturing sector.
  • Compare and assess real-time customer use cases and company best practices for sustainability initiatives across multiple industries.
  • Identify the technologies, platforms, and programs for building a thoughtful company sustainability strategy.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What are the actions that industrial/manufacturing companies are taking to achieve climate-related targets?
  • How are companies using Industry 4.0 technologies to increase factory efficiencies and enable more sustainable operations?
  • What vendors are providing sustainability-focused solutions for product design, energy management, and factory efficiencies?
  • What new revenue opportunities are companies generating as they solve climate-related challenges for customers?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • A comprehensive analysis of how manufacturers are using technology to reduce emissions and environmental impact (e.g., Industrial Internet of Things (IoT), 5G, Artificial Intelligence (AI)/analytics, edge computing, AR/VR, additive manufacturing, blockchain, automation and robotics, digital twins, and more).
  • Compare the sustainability programs and investments of leading industrial/manufacturing companies.
  • Assess prioritized lists of recommended vendors for enabling many of the 30 action items.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • C-level executives building a framework for company-wide sustainability initiatives.
  • Sustainability group managers responsible for reducing the company’s environmental impact, while achieving climate targets.
  • Program managers who are responsible for climate-related or energy reduction targets for renewable energy purchases, upstream procurement, product design, factory and energy efficiency, waste disposal and circular economy, green buildings, fleet vehicles, reporting and governance, etc.

Table of Contents

Industrial & Manufacturing Sustainability Trends

ABI Research Industrial Manufacturing Sustainability Framework

30 Action Items for Sustainability (with associated vendors, use cases, and best practices) 

Renewable Energy (RE)
Material Sourcing and Eco-Design
Technology Use, Manufacturing, and Eco-Efficiency 
Circularity and Waste Reduction
Green Buildings and Vehicles
Reporting and Governance