ProCook to mitigate carbon emissions through Woodland Trust partnership
ProCook has teamed up with the Woodland Trust as it looks to mitigate its current carbon emissions as part of its long-term sustainability strategy.
The retailer is taking part in the Woodland Carbon scheme which helps organisations reduce their carbon footprint by locking up unavoidable carbon emissions through the planting of trees.
In addition, ProCook employees will have the opportunity to get their hands dirty and join the Woodland Trust on crucial planting days throughout the year.
The retailer has reduced its carbon emissions through a number of initiatives which include partnering with DPD for carbon neutral parcel delivery, operating an all-electric fleet of company vehicles, switching to LED lighting and operating a zero waste to landfill policy at its headquarters, but will mitigate all further emissions through its Woodland Trust donation.
ProCook HR and ESG director Sarah Wheatley said: “The Woodland Trust is a perfect partner to support ProCook’s sustainability journey as we work towards our goal of net zero emissions by 2030. We’ve already made considerable effort to reduce our carbon footprint, but we still have a way to go, and mitigating our carbon emissions through the Woodland Carbon scheme will help us achieve our goal in an engaging way that directly affects UK biodiversity. This first step signifies great progress towards our net zero ambitions which we hope to reach well within the government deadline.”
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