The project of Okamac takes the step to maximize the value of the products by performing deep refurbishing and repair operations for Apple products consisting of MacBook and iMAC. This action contributes to the valorization of the second-hand products enabling to optimize and prolong the useful life for IT devices.
Due to the era of digitalization, many electronic devices are created to serve the rising demand. The main products that continue to show promising growth in the manufacturing industry are laptops and desktop computers. Along with the accessories, the products are becoming more and more needed in human daily life. These increasing demands not only result in more resource depletion but also emit more GHGs to the atmosphere.
All Okamac carbon credits are only available on Riverse registry. The carbon credits covers all the activities of Okamac.
The emissions avoided by the products and services implemented by Okamac are calculated from a comparative cradle-to-gate life cycle analysis on "global warming" criteria, according to ISO 14067.
The verification of carbon credits will be done by auditing the evidence associated with the following impact parameters or criteria:
The avoided emissions correspond to emissions that will never be emitted because the substitution by reconditioned products allows to avoid a purchase (and thus a production and the associated emissions) and to extend the life span.
To each product reconditioned by Okamac, we can associate avoided emissions. The information can be checked through the data of the production management system (ERP).
Expansion of the supply chain:
Production of new parts
Impulsively renewal of the devices
Wood pellets production facility
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