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Rivasta Launch of “TansoMiru,” a cloud service for calculating and visualizing CO2 emissions specialized f or the construction industry

Rivasta
Launch of “TansoMiru,” a cloud service for calculating and visualizing CO2 emissions specialized for the construction industry
~ As the first step, we have newly released “TansoMiru Management” that allows you to centrally manage CO2 emissions ~
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Rivasta Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Koto-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director: Takumi Takahashi, hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) plans to provide “TansoMiru,” a cloud service for calculating and visualizing CO2 emissions specialized for the construction industry, in 2024. It will start from April 1st.
“TansoMiru Management,” which we will start providing as the first part of “TansoMiru,” will be available in collaboration with our electronic manifest service “e-reverse.com” and optional services of our construction site construction management service “Buildee.” , it is possible to visualize and centrally manage CO2 emissions on a site-by-site basis without adding any operational burden.
■“TansoMiru” service site: https://www.tansomiru.jp/
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In response to the Japanese government’s declaration of carbon neutrality in 2050, we are required to reduce CO2 emissions not only within our own companies but throughout our supply chain, including our business partners. In the future, it is highly likely that companies listed on the Prime List of the Tokyo Stock Exchange will be required to disclose greenhouse gas emissions such as CO2, and efforts toward decarbonization are further accelerating, especially among major companies.
In the construction industry, there is a movement in which reductions in CO2 emissions during construction and after completion of buildings are evaluated at the bidding stage and in construction performance ratings*, leading to additional points. Additionally, if a
construction company does not disclose its CO2 emissions and indicate its reduction policy, it becomes difficult for the developer, who is the client, to choose them as a builder. Therefore, managing and reducing CO2 emissions is an urgent issue for construction companies. It’s a challenge. However, each construction site has a different scale and construction period, and to ascertain CO2 emissions it is necessary to perform aggregation and management on an individual basis, increasing the work burden on site personnel. *Generally adopted in public construction projects, this is a system in which the client comprehensively evaluates the workmanship, construction status, etc. upon completion of construction.
About initiatives to support decarbonization
As decarbonization efforts are required in the construction industry, we have been supporting the calculation of CO2 emissions by utilizing data from the electronic manifest service “e-reverse.com” and the construction site construction management service “Buildee”. We have made efforts to do so. “e-reverse.com” has a function (industrial waste CO2 service) that calculates CO2 emissions associated with the collection and transportation of industrial waste generated from construction sites, and “Buildee Coordination Meeting” has a function that calculates CO2 emissions associated with the collection and transportation of industrial waste generated from construction sites. We provide a function (Buildee CO2) to calculate the associated CO2 emissions as an optional service.
Furthermore, since December 2022, our company has been jointly developing a “measuring and management service for CO2 emissions generated at construction sites” in collaboration with Taisei Corporation. Aiming to standardize the management of CO2 emissions generated at construction sites, Taisei Corporation is leveraging the CO2 emissions measurement and management know-how that Taisei Corporation has cultivated over the years, and the cloud services that we have provided for use by various customers in the construction industry. By leveraging our know-how and the wealth of field data we have accumulated, we have now started offering “TansoMiru Management,” the first step of “TansoMiru.”
Overview of “TansoMiru”
“TansoMiru” is a new cloud service that allows you to calculate and visualize CO2 emissions specialized for the construction industry. “TansoMiru Management” allows you to visualize CO2 emissions at each site and report the aggregated results at each branch or company. By using the optional services that we have provided, such as “Industrial Waste CO2 Service” and “Buildee CO2,” you can collect CO2 emissions data from the collection and transportation of industrial waste and the operation of lifting machines and equipment. , can be
automatically imported for each site, and can be centrally managed, including manually input data. If you install “TansoMiru Management” and optional services together, a set plan will be applied and you can use it at a lower price*. *As before, you can also use “Industrial Waste CO2 Service” and “Buildee CO2” separately.
In the future, we plan to provide a service that automatically calculates CO2 emissions from electricity used at construction sites by utilizing electricity data obtained through the Electric Power Data Management Association. By using TansoMiru, you can efficiently understand CO2 emissions at construction sites, greatly reducing the burden of traditional work.
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Features of “TansoMiru Management”
・Feature 1: CO2 emissions management and reporting for each
construction site or branch is possible
“TansoMiru Management” allows you to visualize CO2 emissions at each site and aggregate them at each branch or company. This allows your company to understand trends in CO2 emissions at each construction site, and is expected to contribute to the discovery and analysis of CO2 reduction points.
・Feature 2: Automatically acquire data in cooperation with related services ・Visualize CO2 emissions
By incorporating data from the “Industrial Waste CO2 Service” and “Buildee CO2,” as well as power data* acquired through the Electric Power Data Management Association (General Incorporated Association), we will be able to collect and transport industrial waste, operate lifting machines and equipment, and improve construction sites. CO2 emissions from electricity generated from electricity usage can be automatically calculated. This makes it possible to significantly reduce the traditional work burden on field personnel and head office administrators.
*Consent has been obtained from the electricity contractor.
・Feature 3: Calculate CO2 emissions of the entire supply chain (Scope 1-3) It is possible to manage data in accordance with the “GHG Protocol”, which was developed as an international standard for calculating and reporting greenhouse gas emissions. Furthermore, some of the basic units are equipped with IDEAv3.1*, a highly transparent database. CO2 emissions can be calculated using a highly transparent database. By visualizing the CO2 emissions of the entire supply chain (Scope 1-3) on a site-by-site basis, it can also be used for explanations to customers, etc.
*IDEA is the largest inventory database in Japan. An inventory database is an essential tool when evaluating the environmental impact of products and services. You can obtain environmental impact information for approximately 5,000 types of products and services in Japan.
the next deployment
With the new release of “TansoMiru Management”, “Industrial Waste CO2 Service” will be renamed to “TansoMiru Industrial Waste”. Up until now, the “Industrial Waste CO2 Service” has automatically calculated the CO2 emissions associated with the collection and transportation of industrial waste based on the contents of the electronic manifest. “TansoMiru Industrial Waste” expands its scope and makes it possible to automatically calculate CO2 emissions even in the process of industrial waste treatment. This industrial waste processing function will initially be provided as a beta version, so it will be provided free of charge during that period. In the future, we will aim for an official release and further strengthen the functionality.
In the future, we are planning to release the second version of “TansoMiru”, “TansoMiru Electric Power”, which automatically calculates CO2 emissions from electricity used at construction sites, and we plan to gradually expand the service. Our company will continue to support the calculation and visualization of CO2 emissions at construction sites using TansoMiru, and will continue to strengthen support that leads to decarbonization in the construction industry. Related releases
・Taisei Corporation and Rivasta begin joint development of CO2 emissions measurement and management services for the construction industry – Aiming for industry standardization through external sales – (December 9, 2022)
https://www.rvsta.co.jp/news/20221209/
・Rivasta exhibits at “4th Decarbonization Management EXPO [Spring]” – Introducing “TansoMiru”, a new service that supports calculation and visualization of CO2 emissions in the construction industry – (February 14, 2024)
https://www.rvsta.co.jp/news/20240214/
Company Profile
Company name: Rivasta Co., Ltd.
Representative: Representative Director Takumi Takahashi
Address: Toyosu Prime Square 9F, 5-6-36 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo Capital: 100 million yen
URL: https://www.rvsta.co.jp
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