Eurofins Chemtest receives Carbon Charter accreditation

Eurofins Chemtest are delighted to announce that we have been awarded Bronze level accreditation from the Suffolk Carbon Charter!

The Carbon Charter is awarded to organisations monitoring and reducing their carbon emissions and is intended to provide public recognition of this.

We were commended on our commitment to sustainability and reducing carbon emissions while the progress made to date was recognised and it was noted that we have an achievable target to be carbon neutral by 2025.

The Charter is about continual environmental improvement and we have more opportunities to investigate and adopt over the coming months to further reduce our carbon emissions.

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