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Corrosion impact on your sustainability goals

ICE is committed to adhering to best internal practices around sustainability and compassionate organisations.

As well as our company commitment to our own team – we believe that looking after physical assets directly impacts your drive towards sustainability in operation. We have mapped out what we do with respect to the UN Sustainable Development Goals!

How we positively impact sustainability

Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts by regulating emissions and promoting developments in renewable energy

Cement manufacturing makes up ~8% of human-created CO2 .

When concrete degrades (and steel corrodes) they require repair or replacement – adding to supply chain emission profile (scope 3) for the site.

How ICE helps:

Concrete service life can be significantly increased by careful design of concrete mix, coatings, cathodic protection, embedded monitoring etc.

Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

Many fatal failures have been associated with corrosion, across industries.

How ICE helps:

Avoid fatal failure by using proactive risk assessment and a data-informed approach to understand and define corrosion risk. 

Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns

If corrosion costs are not measured and not seen, they can’t be managed

How ICE helps:

We uncover financial impacts as part of our corrosion risk management programs, along with other important business KPIs.

Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development

Corrosion and wear can cause leakage events from conveyance lines into sensitive environments and are associated with loss of social license to operated and huge fines.

How ICE helps:
We design risk monitoring systems, analyse data and use it to help clients make informed decisions about inspection type, frequency and optimize maintenance activities.