If you haven’t already signed up, please join the newly-formed Net Zero Network as it hosts its first free webinar covering the requirements for implementing an effective, compliant net zero strategy and also achieve PAS 2060 carbon neutral certification.
The webinar, aimed at repair business owners and managers, takes place on on Tuesday 21 September at 1030.
Key questions to be addressed in the first webinar include:
- How is your business going to get to net zero?
- What’s your starting point?
- How do you calculate your current carbon footprint?
The webinar will be hosted by Dom Napier, an industry expert who specialises in measuring and reducing carbon footprint, PAS 2060 carbon neutral certification and putting in place effective net zero strategy. Dom recently signed an agreement with the team from Eco Repair Systems to spearhead the Net Zero Network.
Participants will be able to post questions via the webinar chat function.
There will be an opportunity to hear from an independent repair business whose management team achieved PAS 2060 in December 2020 and now have in place an effectrive long-term strategy to deliver the mandatory year-on-year carbon footprint reductions required in the long term.
To register for a FREE place on the webinar, please click this link.
As an additional incentive, everyone who registers and attends the webinar will have their names put in a raffle to win a portable sanitising unit worth £499 from Eco Repair Systems.
Dom Napier commented: “The UK has now set in law the Climate Change Committee’s recommendation of a 78 per cent emissions reduction by 2035. It is likely that in order to achieve this world leading target, some form of carbon taxation could be introduced as early as 2022.
“If you can’t calculate your carbon emissions or certify you are carbon neutral then it is likely that the government will ‘estimate’ your emissions on an industry basis and enforce the corresponding carbon taxation. That’s definitely not what you want.
“What we do in the next decade to limit emissions will be critical to the future, which is why every country, sector, industry and each one of us must work together to find ways to cut the carbon we produce and safeguard our planet for future generations.”
The Net Zero Network has been formed by Eco Repair Systems to help repairers do more for the environment whilst ensuring they achieve early compliance with the latest climate legislation.
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Press release issued on behalf of the Net Zero Network by James Luckhurst (email@example.com, 07770 608153).