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Carbon Neutral Strategy and 2022 Progress of MacroHI

As a Certified B Corporation, MacroHI (AROMASE, juliArt) is committed to environmental sustainability, creating value for people, and using business as a force for good. We upholding the vision of "Inspire Lives, Brighten the World" and the mission of "Promoting Scalp Health and Wellbeing of All Human Beings".

In the face of climate emergency, MacroHI responds to SDG13 Climate Action of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by actively setting carbon neutrality and net-zero targets, and taking carbon reduction actions in terms of organization operations as well as products and services. We hope to set a precedent for environmentally sustainable business models as a small and medium-sized enterprise in Taiwan, and lead more enterprises to join the climate action and move towards a sustainable future.

Commitments towards Net Zero

Net Zero by 2030

In 2020, MacroHI was officially certified as a "B Corporation" and in the same year joined the global B Corp Climate Collective's "Net Zero 2030" initiative, aiming to achieve net zero emissions by 2030.

Learn more about B Corp Climate Collective:

With the integration of the initiative in 2022, MacroHI joins the United Nations "Race to Zero" - SME Climate Hub, a continuation of the Climate Commitment Initiative.

SME Climate Hub Committed Businesses:

Carbon Neutral by 2024

In 2022, MacroHI was honored with the DBS Foundation Impact Award in support of further updating and advancing its climate targets, committing to achieve Carbon Neutrality for headquarter operations and certified according to PAS 2060 standards by 2024.

Renewable Energy Initiative: RE10x10 by 2025

Based on the organization's ISO 14064 greenhouse gas inventory and ISO 14067 product carbon footprint, MacroHI has identified an emission hotspot: "electricity use" in operations and manufacturing. Therefore, in response to this key carbon reduction initiative, we are committed to introducing renewable energy by signing on to the Greenpeace RE10x10 Initiative in 2020, committing to use more than 10% renewable energy by 2025. We have already achieved this goal since 2021, and has siginificantly increased use of renewable energy in 2023 to more than 60% each month for our headquarter (Read More: Renewable Energy Collaboration of MacroHI and AcTel Power).

Medium- to Long-Term Climate Targets

Net Zero and GHG Reduction Goals

  • PAS 2060 Carbon Neutrality by 2024 (Headquarter in Zhonghe, New Taipei City)

  • Main products get ISO 14067 Product Carbon Footprint Certification by 2025, and with a five-year reduction of more than 3%, and obtain the Environmental Protection Agency's "Carbon Reduction Label" by 2030.

  • Net Zero by 2030 (Headquarter)

Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emission Reduction Goals

  • 20% reduction in absolute GHG emissions by 2024

  • 30% reduction in absolute GHG emissions by 2026

  • 50% reduction in absolute GHG emissions by 2030

(The scope of these targets is total Scope 1 & Scope 2 emissionf of MacroHI's headquarter, from a 2022 base year.)

Renewable Energy Goals

  • 50%+ Renewable energy use by 2024

  • 100%+ Renewable energy use by 2030

(The scope of these targets is MacroHI's headquarter, including the research, development, and production of core ingredients. Read More: Renewable Energy Collaboration of MacroHI and AcTel Power)

MacroHI 2022 Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Inventory Report

Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions (by market)

MacroHI worked with external professional consultants to conduct the 2022 Organizational GHG Inventory. The scope is MacroHI's headquarter in Zhonghe, Newtaipei City, including: head office, InnoVeg Lab (research center), and Zhonghe warehouse. After an internal audit, the emissions for each category were as follows:




Scope 1 (Category 1)

8.12 tCO2e

Fuel for company-owned vehicles, generators of the office building, refrigerant, etc.

Scope 2 (Category 2)

109.19 tCO2e

Use of purchased electricity

Scope 3 (Category 3~6)

70.75 tCO2e

Based on the materiality assessment, the following items are the significant items in Scope 3 of the GHG Inventory and Carbon Neutrality:

  • Purchased goods and services: Top 10 procurement of goods, Fuel- and energy-related activities (not included in scope 1 or scope 2)

  • Waste generated in operations: Transportation and disposal of daily operational wastes in the headquarter office

MacroHI Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategy

Scope 1 (Category 1)

  • Replace company-owned vehicle with electric vehicles

  • Prioritize the use of video conferencing instead of in-person meetings to reduce transportation

Scope 2 (Category 2)

  • Save energy

    • Set energy-saving goals

    • Establish Green Procurement Policy and choose energy efficient devices and equipments

    • Communicate energy-saving tips and enforce management measutres

    • Track energy-saving results on a monthly basis

  • Increase the use of renewable energy

Scope 3 (Category 3~6)

  • Incorporate "Circular Economy" concepts in our scalp care product design:

    • Establish "Green R&D Guidelines" and prioritize the use of low-carbon raw materials by referring to the carbon footprint and life cycle analysis(LCA).

    • Prioritize the use of PCR recycled plastic for producing bottles and caps.

    • For packaging materials, use lightweight stuffings with PCR recycled materials and recycled paper cartons with "Green Mark" by EPA Taiwan

    • Encourage consumers to use Package+ and other circular boxes for shipments.

  • Establish Office Zero-waste Policy and Zero Waste Day, promoting green actions by all staff every month.


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