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M&S becomes 'carbon neutral'
by Rebecca Smithers, consumer affairs correspondent
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6 June 2012
On 6 June 2012 The Guardian reported:
The first major UK retailer to meet its sustainability targets says results show there is also a strong business case for going green. M and S has become the first major UK retailer to become fully 'carbon neutral', the company said, five years after launching its sustainability project, 'Plan A'. The company says it is now fully carbon neutral, after reducing energy usage by 28 per cent through more efficient refrigeration, and counting renewable energy tariffs and offsetting.
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