In this section, you can find specific guidance on how to reduce carbon emissions in the mining and quarrying industry.
There are a variety of strategies that mining and quarrying businesses can implement to reduce their carbon footprint, such as from energy-intensive processes, reliance on fossil fuels, and the transportation of heavy machinery and materials.
By reducing emissions, businesses can demonstrate their commitment to sustainability, save on energy costs, build a positive reputation and attract new customers and investors.
Find further guidance from the UK Concrete roadmap to Beyond Net Zero.
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