Carbon Net Zero
Quadris aims to be carbon net zero by 2040
Quadris has been a carbon neutral organisation since 1st April 2020 and aims to be carbon zero by 2040.
To achieve this target, we have implemented a Sustainable Development policy that commits Quadris to have a carbon reduction plan in place. As we work towards our 2040 zero carbon goal, we have from 1st April 2020 been carbon net zero (or carbon neutral) in our own operations. We’ve done this by investing in verified carbon reduction projects overseas to offset our own emissions.
Our Carbon Net Zero plan is aligned to the PAS 2060 specification for detailing how to demonstrate carbon neutrality which is produced and published by the British Standards Institute (BSI).
PAS 2060 was developed by BSI (and other organisations such as Defra and Carbon Trust) to specify requirements to be met by an organisation seeking to demonstrate carbon neutrality through the quantification, reduction and offsetting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and came into effect in April 2010.
Quadris Ltd self-certifies carbon neutrality in accordance with PAS 2060.
Our carbon emissions data is calculated and verified by Carbon Footprint Ltd, a leading environmental consultancy and the founding member of the Quality Assurance Standard for carbon offsetting.
From May 21 we report our carbon reduction performance which can be viewed below:
Download our latest carbon reduction plan
Current year – 01/04/21 – 31/03/22
01/04/20 – 31/03/21