Comparisons explained

What are comparisons and what can you do with them?

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Written by Daan van Hal
Updated over a week ago

You can compare the footprint of different products in Pickler. Either:

  1. Use Pickler to compare the footprint of different products you offer.

  2. Use Pickler to compare new more sustainable products to previous ones.

  3. Compare your products to a scenario product and see what would happen if you change materials, processes, locations, or end-of-life options.

This enables you to:

  1. Support your sales cases and give advice to your customers on the most sustainable purchases.

  2. Make marketing claims on sustainable improvements of the products you offer. E.g. your new packaging's carbon footprint compared to your previous one.

  3. Foster internal decision-making on more sustainable materials or purchases.

What do you compare?

It shows the comparison between packagings' eco forecast results - in one overview:

  • eco scores

  • total eco costs

  • sales prices

  • True costs (sales price + eco costs)

  • total carbon footprints

  • eco costs per impact category

  • impact % per life cycle stage

You can find a full explanation for these eco forecast results in our article here.

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