Osmosis focuses solely on the productive use of resource within the operations of a business relative to the economic value it generates.The productive use of resource is identified through three publicly disclosed, objective and uncorrelated factors:
• Energy Consumption
• Water Consumption
• Waste Creation
These three key factors are private costs accountable to the balance sheet, focussing on the operational performance of the business. Utilising these internalised factors allows us to focus purely on the economic benefit to the balance sheet of using less to produce more.
Management teams that monitor, manage and reduce their resource consumption relative to the economic value created are ultimately positioning their business for long-term and sustainable economic growth. By using objective data, Resource Efficiency identifies successful management teams actions over their intent, successfully delivering sustainability to the bottom line.