- Emissions from chemicals (used during production processes)
- Business travel
- Transport of our products to our customers
- The total amount of emissions to compensate is roughly 3,500 metric tons CO2 (3,500,000 kg CO2)*.
We’re compensating our emissions by purchasing CO2 certificates from approved institutes. 95% of our emissions will be compensated through a major global project, while the remaining 5% will be compensated through a project in the Netherlands.
We’ve partnered with REDD+ Business Initiative, Milieubarometer, ecosphere+ and Valuta voor Veen to measure and meet these goals.
Becoming carbon neutral is a huge step to becoming the greenest in our industry, but we’ve got more to do. That’s why we keep looking for ways to reduce waste and emissions. We’re currently running loads of projects throughout our full value chain – initiatives to lower our carbon footprint and the impact we have on the environment.
Our goal is to reduce our carbon emissions even further and to be carbon neutral for our entire value chain by 2023.
*The emissions are based on our 2019 data, and they include all our locations across Europe. ”