Since 2010, William Hare Ltd has been measuring, managing and reducing their carbon footprint through the Achilles Carbon Reduce Programme. We are happy to announce that they have now taken the next step to offset their currently unavoidable residual emissions to achieve ISO14064-1 Carbon Zero certification.
William Hare Ltd announces that all their UK facilities are now certified Carbon Zero through the Achilles Carbon Reduce Programme.
Environmental sustainability and social good have long been part of the William Hare Ltd ethos. They understand that their operations have an impact on environments locally, regionally and globally, and recognise their responsibility to protect the planet.
William Hare Ltd is committed to continuous improvements in eco-friendly performance, and the prevention of waste and pollution at all levels of the business. They consider the management of carbon emissions to be a vital component of our environmental and sustainability objectives.
Since 2010, William Hare Ltd has been measuring, managing and reducing our carbon footprint through the Achilles Carbon Reduce Programme. We are proud to announce that they have now taken the next step to offset their currently unavoidable residual emissions to achieve ISO14064-1 Carbon Zero certification.
Using the highest quality standards and certification in the carbon market – Gold Standard and VCS (VERRA) – Hare have selected international projects that align with both the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their own core values, in order to offset their 2019/20 carbon footprint.
William Hare Ltd is developing a future strategy aimed at reaching Net Zero, and are fervently committed to further reducing the embodied carbon associated with their facilities, which is essential to continue contributing to the global effort to combat climate change.
William Hare official statement: https://www.hare.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/WillHare-zeroCarbons-CompanyStatement.pdf
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