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Rotec pledges to become net zero

06 June, 2022

Rotec, provider of hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical mechanical engineering services and products, has committed to becoming a net zero business by pledging to halve its carbon emissions by 2030 and become carbon neutral by 2040.


A recent ‘Carbon Footprint Assessment’ identified the main sources of the Rotec’s carbon emissions and has ensured necessary management frameworks, processes and systems for decreasing the company’s carbon footprint are data-driven and have measurable targets. The business has also recently received its FNZ Standard – a benchmark and progress recording and monitoring tool, which is verified and audited by future Net Zero.

To achieve net zero by 2040, Rotec will first focus on reducing emissions caused in-house and by the company’s supply chain to the lowest possible level. Any emissions that cannot be eliminated will need to be offset through schemes that remove carbon from the atmosphere.

Sustainability

The business, with service centres based throughout the South West of the UK, have already taken a number of steps towards their net zero goal, and will continue to take future action in the coming years; continuously looking for new ways to become more sustainably responsible and ultimately carbon neutral.

Paul Prouse, Rotec’s managing director, comments: “We are pleased to announce our environmental commitment to achieve net zero by 2040. Reducing Rotec’s carbon footprint is embedded within our business strategy. Rotec pledges to become net zero As part of being an environmentally responsible company, we are committed to supporting our customers to become more sustainable offering more energy-efficient and ecofriendly engineering solutions.”

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