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The Most Important Stage of the Sustainability Journey
Global Green House Gas Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)
Industrialising Sustainability 2.0
We are striving to be at the fore-front of the new industrial revolution: building sustainability into long term strategy and executing plans to improve operations, energy efficiency and emissions. Three types of Network are driving this:
Forming Renewable Energy Networks
Our use of renewable energy is an integral part of our business and supply chain strategies, by:
Working with partners who understand how we bring technology together.
Understanding the collective power profile.
Demand management and agile tariffs.
Generating, storing and smoothing power on site.
Sourcing offsite the remaining needs.
Accessing green finance to enable business cases.
We'll also soon be launching our Neutral Home service, which is already applying our energy and CO2 saving expertise to the UK's domestic housing sector.
You can preview Neutral Home by clicking here:
Departure of the Fleur du Cap from Durban on a 5,000 mile voyage to conduct a survey in the Indian Ocean for a major global customer
Neutral Supply Chain undertakes research programmes with industrial and academic partners to determine the viability of future technologies and bio-technologies:
Instituto de Biologia Molecular y
Celular de Plantas, Valencia
Royal Holloway University of London
Max Planck Institute, Potsdam
University of Oxford
John Innes Centre
Universität für Bodenkultur, Vienna
Queensland University of Technology
Our main area of work is in providing strategic planning, project design and implementation on supply chains and sustainability to commercial customers:
Neutral Supply Chain is proud to be the European agent for the 'Dynamic Supply Chain' methodology devised by the noted academic and author, Dr John Gattorna:
Contact us to find out more about John Gattorna's workshops or our Supply Chain and Sustainability services:
Second annual conference for Project Newcotiana, hosted by our colleagues at the Institute of Plant Biology in the University of Valencia