What does it mean to be a Carbon Neutral Business?
Working alongside Carbon Neutral Britain, Briggs Equipment is now officially certified as a carbon neutral business.
In partnership with Carbon Neutral Britain we have calculated our annual Carbon Footprint, which is measured in tonnes of Carbon Dioxide Equivalent (CO²e) and made an ongoing commitment to offset these emissions with certified projects in Britain and around the world. This means that all carbon emissions from our products, office equipment and vehicles is being offset with tangible and sustainable projects that will benefit people and the environment.
We plant a tree for every truck we sell
trees planted so far
Offsetting our Carbon Footprint
We’re proud to be an environmental leader in our industry and we’re determined to continue planning for the future and voluntarily taking climate action.
Increased Greenhouse Gas (CO²e) emissions in the atmosphere are the biggest cause of global warming on our planet and by offsetting our Carbon Footprint we’re making a lasting impact on climate change for generations to come. In addition to protecting the climate, every project also supports local communities with sustainable development, such as providing safe drinking water, improving health and creating local jobs, as well as having a positive impact on wildlife, ecology and biodiversity.
This commitment not only demonstrates the importance we place on sustainability, but our customers can have confidence that they are partnering with an organisation that takes the significant environmental challenges extremely seriously.
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