Duraweld in carbon offsetting programmeFor the third year running Duraweld is undertaking a carbon offsetting programme. It is buying 27 energy efficient stoves for an African-based project managed by offset provider co2balance.
The company has reduced its overall CO2 tonnage by 11% from last year. Savings were made by installing movement detectors for infrequently used areas of the factory; improving the amount of daylight into the factory thus reducing the need for electric lights and initiating a strict switch-off policy for unused machinery.
Duraweld is now issuing an invitation to businesses to visit their premises in Scarborough this September for a free 'Environmental Tour', to see for themselves how such results can be achieved in factory and office environments.
Dates for the 'Environmental Tours' are Tuesday 22nd September, 1.30 - 3.00pm, and Wednesday 30th September, 10.00 - 11.30am. If you are interested in attending contact Jane Harper, Duraweld Green Team on 01723 584091 or email: