Reliable Spend Analysis output is dependent on a high quality Environmentally Extended Economic Input Output (EEEIO) database.

Expertise, quality control, transparency, updates, support, and consistency are therefore critically important characteristics to look for to inform any data decisions your organization makes. After all, you are investing resources in the analysis, and potentially informing initiatives, interventions, and investment decisions based on those results. The reliability of the analysis, and therefore its foundational reference data, is therefore key.

Already the data of choice for numerous private and public sector applications around the world (including the U.S. Federal Govt. (GSA), Californian DGS, Google, Travis Perkins plc...) CEDA® (Comprehensive Environmental Data Archive) is an extensively peer-reviewed suite of EEEIO databases. Built by VitalMetrics' founder, Dr. Sangwon Suh, these databases underpin VitalMetrics’ spend analysis services and are designed to assist various environmental systems analyses including life cycle assessments, carbon, energy, water, waste, and toxic impacts. For further detail, please see below.

CEDA® 5 is currently available for licensing - please contact us today with inquiries!


   Discontinued - updated to CEDA 5.

   Discontinued - updated to CEDA 5.

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COMING IN September 2017:

CEDA 5 Regionalized by State!

CEDA 5 covers 400+ industries and includes 2,500+ environmental exchanges!

Categorized Outputs:

  • Acidification
  • Ecotoxicity
  • Eutrophication
  • Global Warming (GHG emissions / Carbon footprint)
  • Human Health, Cancer
  • Human Health, Non-Cancer
  • Human Health, Respiratory
  • Land Use
  • Mineral Extraction
  • Non-Renewable Energy Consumption
  • Ozone Depletion
  • Primary Energy Consumption
  • Smog Air
  • Waste Output (including Hazardous Waste)
  • Water Consumption

Regionalized Electricity:

  • 26 electricity grid mix regions for the USA
  • Includes 7 generation technologies for each region:
    • Solar electric power
    • Wind electric power
    • Hydro electric power
    • Nuclear electric power
    • Natural gas electric power
    • Oil electric power
    • Coal electric power