Global sustainability company ClimeCo has acquired Ampliphi, which includes its plastic action programme, the Plastic Scorecard.

These assets will strengthen ClimeCo’s capacity to provide authentic sustainability outcomes through expert-guided advisory services.

Established in 2021 by Noah Godfrey, Anjali Mahadevia, and Dominic Santschi, Ampliphi offers an integrated suite of solutions to help companies address plastic pollution.

These solutions help analyse circular and plastic performance, create mitigation strategies, and simplify reporting and communications.

The platform offered by Ampliphi helps in collecting and processing complex data from product, operational, and material use.

Users can detect value-creating initiatives, deploy plastic footprint reduction strategies, as well as map product and packaging carbon emissions to determine the optimal roadmap toward mitigation.

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ClimeCo president and CEO Bill Flederbach said: “We are excited to add Ampliphi’s wealth of knowledge and innovative mindset to ClimeCo’s growing portfolio and to help us elevate our role as trusted advisors to clients of all sizes.

“We are intent on offering purpose-built solutions that allow organisations to map, mitigate and report on plastic and circular economy targets. Ampliphi’s proprietary methodology and industry-leading advisory platform will help guide our work to accomplish those goals.”

The Plastic Scorecard programme was created to meet the demand for transparent disclosures regarding corporate plastic usage.

Member companies in the programme pledge to measure their baseline, establish actionable targets, and transparently share their advancements.

Members who reach their goals earn impact verification badges for use on their website and product packaging.

Mahadevia said: “Members of the Plastic Scorecard go beyond the status quo by undertaking measurable actions to reduce plastic waste and improve circularity.

“Our badge represents a company’s notable work to reduce waste across their value chain and beyond.”