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Tectonix achieves carbon neutrality for UK Operations

by | 17 Jun 24 | Supplier News, Sustainability

Leeds natural stone supplier, Tectonix, successfully offsets its UK operations’ carbon emissions through a new collaboration.

Partnering with Neutral Carbon Zone (NCZ), Tectonix has used its ESO-accredited methodology to establish a step on the journey towards achieving net zero.

The Leed’s supplier says it was committed to measuring and quantifying all company Scope one, two and three, greenhouse gas emissions to ISO 14064 compliance.

This achievement was reached through a detailed root and branch data capture process utilising the user-friendly carbon management platform provided by NCZ, which captures all relevant data to calculate the baseline carbon footprint on an organisational, operational and supply-chain level.

Tectonix has achieved its emissions capture target for UK operations by retiring carbon credits through the Verified Carbon Standard and VERRA registry.

Chris Frankland, director at Tectonix says the “journey to understanding” the company’s carbon emissions has been “incredibly challenging” but also “rewarding.”

He goes on to comment that through the partnership with NCZ, the company has “not only identified [its] environmental impact but also established potential strategies for reduction and management.”

Tectonix is already making headway to achieving NCZ Gold Certification across a “significant amount” of its natural stone from Spain, Portugal, China and India.

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