Lecta Takes Steps to Reduce Carbon Footprint

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Lecta is committed to reducing its carbon footprint by 2030. The company is carrying out an ambitious plan to improve energy efficiency in its plants, which will result in a significant reduction in energy consumption and emissions.

Lecta has calculated its Organisational Carbon Footprint (OCF) and Product Carbon Footprint (PCF), which is a high-level analysis of the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions resulting from its activity. The company is committed to reducing its Scope 1 & 2 carbon footprint by 45% and its Scope 3 carbon footprint by 35% by 2030.

To achieve these goals, Lecta is investing in a decarbonisation and energy efficiency programme. The company plans to reduce its emissions by 30% by 2025.

Lecta is working towards an energy transition and net zero emissions to contribute to creating a more sustainable world.

Here are some specific examples of how Lecta is reducing its carbon footprint:

  • Installing solar panels at its plants

  • Using more efficient machinery

  • Recycling water and heat

  • Switching to renewable energy sources

  • Working with suppliers to reduce their emissions

Lecta is committed to making a positive impact on the environment. The company's efforts to reduce its carbon footprint are a significant step towards a more sustainable future.

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Source: Lecta


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