ERA Equipment CO2 Calculator now available in six languages

By Belinda Smart14 July 2021

The European Rental Association (ERA) is pleased to announce that the ERA Equipment CO2 Calculator is now available in Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

With the translations, ERA wishes to make this tool available to a broader audience to enable more equipment stakeholders to make more sustainable choices and minimise their impact on environment.

The ERA Equipment CO2 Calculator,, was first released in January 2021 and is a free-to-use online tool to enable equipment stakeholders to make more sustainable choices when using construction equipment. In March, ERA released a new and improved version, which now allows users to directly compare two separate scenarios for using construction equipment.

The Calculator determines the carbon footprint of construction equipment over its entire lifecycle and is applicable to all types of equipment, from mini excavators and wheel loaders to generators, boom lifts and access platforms.

The results provide an estimate of the carbon footprint per hour of use, allowing construction equipment users to, for example, compare different use scenarios, investigate which part of the lifecycle contributes most to the carbon footprint and evaluate the effects of alternative fuel choices.

The Calculator can be used to evaluate a single ownership period of one piece of equipment and, furthermore, to determine the climate impact of entire fleets of equipment or the total carbon footprint of all machines on a given construction site.

If you wish to read more about the ERA Equipment CO2 Calculator, please take a look at the user guide,

For more information, please email the ERA team at

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