UK composite manufacturer Tufcot reports that it has become a Carbon Smart Blue certified business.

The company aims to decrease its carbon footprint ‘to take a proactive stance and address our contribution to climate change,’ it said. From the 1st September 2015 – 31st August 2016 its carbon footprint was measured as 361 tonnes of CO2e. ‘The most significant area of our carbon footprint is attributed to Electricity and we believe that by doing installing LEDs we will continue to make great progress improving our sustainability,’ Tufcot said in a press release.

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