Tetra Pak aims to reach net zero emissions by 2030

The food packaging company will try to achieve its goal by extending its energy efficiency measures and increasing the use of renewables

The multinational food packaging and processing company Tetra Pak has committed to reaching net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in its own operations by 2030.

The firm has also unveiled its ambition to achieve net zero emissions for the entire value chain by 2050.

Tetra Pak will focus on improvements in energy efficiency, installing on-site solar photovoltaics (PV) and purchasing renewable energy - since 2011, the company has invested €16 million (£14.5m) in energy efficiency systems, preventing energy use from increasing by 23% during this period.

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