A company based in Japan with global perspectives, providing environmental sustainability services, environmental evaluation and certification, science-based consulting, human resource development, agribusiness, and cloud-based solutions.
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In the fields of sustainability, environment, technology, manufacturing, supply chain, value chain, agribusiness, market, and products, we strive to assist organizations in thriving.
We work with clients in Japan and internationally from diverse industries, including chemicals, energy, materials and metals, waste management, construction and buildings, and manufacturing. Scroll down to learn more.
DEISO helps you organisation in reaching its potential, making impact, and reaping the benefits of well-informed decision-making and science-based approaches. See how.
What we Offer?
We are an analytics and development ecosystem company. We provide environmental sustainability services, scientific research and market research, science-based advisory, and analytical services to help businesses and people thrive in several industries. We help your organization reduce exposure to environmental and market risk and demand, develop your products and technologies during their life cycles, and drive your company into a sustainable future. We answer your big questions.
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GHG Calculation, Reporting, and Reduction
Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3.
DEISO is committed to helping our customers to monitor and lower their carbon footprint. We offer a variety of plans tailored to your needs and will help you achieve the most effective solution at several pricing points! With 9 different subscription plans for GHG reporting, there’s sure to be one perfect fit for your needs and budget. We offer plans G1-to G9.
We believe that Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) can contribute to a better industry, manufacturing processes, supply chain, and environment.
Life cycle assessment (LCA) is a well-established method for assessing the environmental impacts of a product or service over its entire life cycle, from raw material extraction through production, use, and disposal. Life cycle assessment can be used to compare the environmental impacts of assorted products or to evaluate the relative importance of different stages in the life cycle of a single product. Life cycle assessment is a complex process, and there are many different ways to approach it. In general, however, an LCA begins with an inventory of all of the inputs and outputs associated with a product or service. These inputs and outputs are then quantified in terms of their environmental impacts, such as greenhouse gas emissions, water use, or waste generation. The resulting information can be used to assess the overall environmental impact of the product or service and identify opportunities for improvement.
- Screening LCA: The overall environmental performance of a product, service, or manufacturing process can be estimated using screening LCA with LCA data, known as Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) databases comprising thousands of processes and thousands of emission factors for an extensive list of pollutants or emissions. This study provides rough estimates and evaluations for several impacts like eutrophication, acidification potential, human toxicity potential, climate change potential, etc. The purpose is to gain insights into what adverse effects exist in production processes. Hence, we know to estimate the negative or positive impacts lies on the company when it comes down to choosing which products will affect them positively. In other words, Screening LCA helps get a "snapshot" of the overall environmental load of a system or products, services, or technologies.
- Product LCA: An analysis and evaluation that looks at the environmental performance from the cradle to the grave of individual products or technologies. This includes everything involved in its production cycle- the extraction process until it reaches our current disposal capabilities or ends them there instead of being disposed of improperly, which can cause some problems down along this line too, such as pollution from pollution landfilling or incineration, or hazardous waste.
- Comparative LCA: The life cycle analysis of the "Comparative LCA" is an evaluation process that considers the environmental impacts of all aspects and stages to create an accurate accounting for what it will do over time. A common type of LCA study would be when you compare two different products or technologies, such as one technology with another; however, there are other cases where this method can also apply (e.g., comparing development routes).
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DEIPO's Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) services help companies understand the environmental impact of their products, processes and supply chain. With this information they can make more informed decisions that will improve industry sustainability across all sectors.
Circular Economy Services
We provide 11 services for Circular Economy (CE). You can find out the full details here.
Circular Economy Acceleration
Evaluating CE startups based on the following aspects: Technical, environmental, business circularity, strong points, weaknesses, potentials, and integration into your organization's business.
Collaborative development of innovative business models and ecosystems
CE Business Models
Development of innovative business models: enhancing production efficiency
A strategy that aligns with your business ambitions – from ambitions to actions
Waste Management Utilization
Highlight the hotspots for waste generation, waste reduction potentization potential, and waste management's environmental impact and benefits throughout the life cycle.
Capacity-building Schemes: Training Services
Human resource development for company on the ce principles, methods, skills, knowledge, tools, and data
Evaluation and development of service concepts
Software-as-a-service (SaaS), Software-as-a-service (SaaS)
DEISO LCA Training Programs.
The number of people participating in LCA training programs is growing worldwide, with an increasing percentage coming from outside Japan for remote training. This trend can be attributed to many factors, including convenience for participants and their employers who want access even when they’re not available at physical locations – but it also reflects how severe environmental concerns have become global-scale issues that require developing skills and utilizing the LCA method.
News & Updates
Here you’ll find the latest information on what’s going on at our company, as well as any open positions we have available.