SALTO Systems earns certified carbon-neutral achievement
SALTO’s electricity is generated by either on-site solar panels or purchased as certified green electricity
July 13, 2020 By SP&T Staff
SALTO Systems has received carbon-neutral certification for its factory headquarters in Spain and across all of its operations.
Carbon neutrality is achieved by calculating a carbon footprint and reducing it to zero through a combination of efficiency measures in-house and supporting external emission reduction projects.
“We want to lead the way in the delivery of sustainable keyless and smart access control solutions by providing our customers with smart lock products and services that reflect their own values,” said SALTO CEO Javier Roquero in a prepared statement. “We are very conscious of our responsibility to consider the environmental, social, and economic impact of our organization and today’s news about our carbon neutral achievement is just the latest stage in this journey.”
SALTO’s electricity is generated by either on-site solar panels or purchased as certified green electricity. All emissions that cannot be eliminated are compensated with the Madre de Dios Amazon Forest Conservation Project. This verified carbon offsetting project reduces deforestation and helps to establish sustainable forest management practices.
“This achievement reflects almost two decades of work to make SALTO Systems as energy and carbon-efficient as it can be,” said Roquero. “The initiatives that SALTO has undertaken to achieve carbon-neutral certification demonstrate our company’s commitment to becoming more sustainable.”
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