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Unilever Lowers Carbon Dioxide Emissions By 1 Million Tonnes

April 15, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever announced that, since 2008, it has reduced its carbon dioxide emission by more than 1 million tonnes from its manufacturing and logistics operations. What makes the achievement even more remarkable is that the company grew its sales by 26 percent from €40.5 billion in 2008 to €51.3 billion in 2012. Part of the company's Unilever Sustainable Living Plan, reduction in carbon dioxide emissions was helped significantly by Unilever's use of renewable energy from biomass boilers and installation of combined heat and power plants.
"Unilever factories and logistics reduce CO2 by 1 million tonnes", Unilever, April 15, 2013, © Unilever
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