CEMARS audit reveals 173 tonne carbon reduction

Danaher & Walsh Group has reduced its carbon emissions by 173 tonnes over the past year, an audit has revealed.

As a CEMARS accredited organisation, Danaher & Walsh undergoes annual carbon emission audits.

CEMARS - Certified Emissions Measurement And Reduction Scheme - is the globally recognised standard for carbon emission measurement and reduction and is accredited to ISO 14064-1.

The huge reduction in annual carbon emissions can be attributed to a number of factors and proactive initiatives, including a phased replacement of the company's vehicle fleet with plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. 

Speaking about the results of the recent audit, SHEQ Manager Sue Southam said: "The CEMARS scheme provides a framework for considering the carbon emission implications of our activities.

"We are on track to deliver further carbon emission reductions over the next few years by implementing new technology and finding new efficiencies."