Sweep for Compliance

Master the latest disclosure requirements, from CSRD to SFDR and more.

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Meet Sweep for Compliance

We help you comply with key ESG regulations and standards, including the GHG Protocol, CSRD and SFDR – all in a matter of weeks.

Become a compliance champion

The rise of ESG disclosure regulations, such as the SFDR and CSRD, means that organizations like yours will need to ensure that their climate data is accurate and reliable. That way you’ll be able to confidently drive ESG compliance across your business and value chain, avoid ‘greenwashing’ and stand head and shoulders above the competition. 

Sweep for Compliance is a unified platform to capture all the data required for disclosure reporting in a single location – helping you to efficiently achieve your reporting obligations in full compliance with the latest ESG disclosures.

GHG Protocol

The GHG Protocol is a widely recognized set of guidelines for calculating, reporting, and managing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Find out more.

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The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) is a set of regulations developed by the European Union (EU) to increase transparency in sustainable finance. Find out more.


The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is a proposal requiring companies to report detailed information on their sustainability practices. Find out more.

Sweep is your one-stop-shop for ensuring ESG compliance

Quickly assess your impact

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Identify emission ‘hotspots’ in your portfolio, thanks to automatic CDP-based benchmarks.

Get quality and auditable data

Sweep app: Auditable data

Reduce audit preparation time by half with our automated internal control systems.

Stay ahead of the competition

Sweep app: Performance measurements

Easily demonstrate compliance with the latest ESG standards and regulations in RFPs and RFIs.

Monitor progress

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Our dashboard provides you with a real-time view of your compliance progress.

Reduced risk

Sweep app: Improve data action

Leverage ESG metrics to manage risk and optimize your corporate performance.

Get on-track

Sweep has everything you need to track and act on your carbon. See all features on our Platform page.

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Helping you boost your reputation and brand image

Consumers are increasingly interested in the ethical and environmental practices of the companies they do business with, and are more likely to support those that demonstrate a commitment to ESG principles. Your reputation and brand image can be greatly impacted by your ESG practices, and failure to comply with climate regulations puts you at risk of reputational damage that can impact your bottom line.

Backed by ESG expertise

Sweep is built to comply with leading international ESG standards and regulations.

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Compliance expertise at your fingertips

  • 👍 Ease of use

    Quickly access science and evidence-based ESG & Carbon methodologies to simplify the standard reporting process.

  • 🔎 Transparency

    Keep a clear audit trail, with documents and descriptions for your data stored right in Sweep.

  • 🕵️‍♀️ Accessibility

    We provide a dashboard for auditors to identify essential standards with the ability to deep-dive into data, down to the smallest granularity.

  • 🔒 Data security

    We’re SOC2 compliant and ISO 27001 certified. Learn more about security

  • 🎒 Education

    Access our Sweep School to improve customer expertise on regulations and CaaS capabilities.

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    Explore our materials to learn more about climate compliance

    What is the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive?
    What are the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS)?
    Performing a successful ESG audit – UK companies
    Understanding the Scope of the CSRD: Who needs to comply?

    In addition to investor and consumer demand, the regulatory environment is also pushing companies to prioritize ESG compliance. Governments and regulatory bodies around the world are increasingly introducing laws and regulations to address environmental and social issues, and requiring companies to disclose their ESG risks and impacts. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in financial penalties, legal action, and reputational damage.

    In recent years, there has been a wave of new regulations and standards around ESG compliance, such as the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) in the European Union. These regulations are aimed at improving transparency and consistency in ESG reporting and ensuring that companies are held accountable for their sustainability practices. The trend is also spreading to other regions, with companies in the United States, Asia, and other parts of the world also facing increasing regulatory pressure to address ESG risks.

    As a company, you need to be aware of the regulatory environment in which you operate and stay up-to-date with the latest ESG regulations and reporting requirements.

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    Socially responsible investing is on the rise. Investors are increasingly demanding corporate transparency when it comes to sustainability, and are factoring ESG considerations into their investment decisions. That's why it's worth being proactive in managing your ESG risks, identifying potential opportunities, setting targets for reducing environmental impacts, and reporting on your progress towards these targets. 

    Engaging with stakeholders and building trust and transparency around your ESG practices can help you meet the growing demand for greater accountability and attract more ESG investments.

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    Being proactive in managing your can provide several benefits. By identifying and managing ESG risks, you can minimize potential financial and reputational risks that may arise from environmental and social factors. For example, taking steps to reduce your carbon footprint may make you less vulnerable to carbon taxes or other forms of carbon pricing. 

    Moreover, managing ESG risks can create opportunities for you to innovate and improve your business practices. For instance, investing in energy efficiency, renewable energy or adopting circular economy principles may not only reduce your environmental impact but also lead to cost savings and increased efficiencies.

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