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What is the first step printers should take when measuring carbon?

by Graeme Richardson-Locke | 17/04/2023

FESPA’s Head of Associations and Technical Lead speaks to Dominic Harris, Co-Founder at CarbonQuota who advises printers how to start their carbon calculation journey which consists of Scope 1 and Scope 2 and to create a plan for reduction through to 2030. Dominic also describes how all businesses have an obligation to de-carbonise to climate change and must be financially committed.

Please visit Sustainability Spotlight to discover more online content where we speak to industry experts about Sustainability where you can discover business opportunities to reduce, reuse and recycle materials and improve your knowledge. For more information about CarbonQuota and their services visit here: https://www.carbonquota.co.uk/

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