Our Climate Efforts

INDURA's carbon footprint report and sustainability report for 2020-2024

Why Sustainability at INDURA?
INDURA measures CO2 emissions to understand and manage its carbon footprint, identify opportunities to reduce emissions, and contribute to global efforts to mitigate climate change

EPD [Environmental Product Declaration]

Based on inquiries from customers and to address the significant emissions in Scope 3, we have decided to have EPD certificates prepared for our flanges and welding fittings.

Customer focus

We know that sustainability is important to our customers, and we're happy to say that it's important to us too. We're pleased to announce that we are now an official member of the Science Based Targets initiative.


Public authorities require their suppliers to be committed to the environment and sustainability, including meeting the new standards.

Validated Sustainability Results and Targets

INDURA proudly presents our latest sustainability report, which outlines progress in measuring and reducing our carbon footprint and future goals. Developed with the consultancy firm Viegand Maagøe A/S, the report provides an in-depth look at our sustainability activities, including CO2 reduction initiatives, climate accounting for 2020-2023, and Science-Based Targets commitment.

Our commitment to sustainability is reflected in our efforts to reduce our own emissions, as well as work with suppliers and customers to minimize the environmental impact of our products and services. Additionally, we have developed an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) for our flanges and fittings and conducted a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to identify hotspots for emissions reduction.


CO2 emissions 2020-2023

INDURA has calculated its total CO2 emissions for the period 2020-2023, and the results show that Scope 1 emissions account for 0.1% of the total emissions, Scope 2 emissions account for 0.02%, and Scope 3 emissions account for 99.9%. Greenhouse gas emissions have evolved over the years:

  • 2020: 65,879 tons
  • 2021: 78,743 tons
  • 2022: 93,929 tons
  • 2023: 66,291 tons

The increases in 2021 and 2022 are primarily due to an increase in the tonnage of flanges and fittings. The reduction in 2023 is primarily due to a decrease in gas consumption, which has been replaced by heat pumps. Since Scope 3 emissions account for 99.8% of the total emissions, INDURA is working to reduce these emissions in collaboration with suppliers and customers.