Aden Group, China Europe Carbon Neutral Technology (CNEUCN) Business Cooperation Partner recently released the “Five ways” report to reduce the carbon footprint of buildings and facilities.
As more and more companies begin to pay attention to low-carbon manufacturing in order to respond to the pressure from the government, society and the public, and demonstrate their own social responsibilities. Carbon reduction is no longer an option but a necessity, so how can the built environment reduce its carbon footprint?
The methodology identifies the important steps to reduce the carbon footprint of buildings and facilities:
1. Early planning, involving life cycle assessment of buildings
2. Ensure efficient operation of facilities and equipment
3. HVAC system optimization
4. Realize low-carbon office
5. Sustainable waste management
CNEUCN welcomes Aden Groups’ report as a very detailed and concrete tool to lead companies in the path towards buildings and facilities carbon footprint reduction by a comprehensive approach which can immediately start from the energy consumption control then costs’ saving.
CNEUCN is steadily committed to continuously support and substantially contribute to China’s path towards carbon neutrality in a holistic and inclusive way by gathering all the stakeholders and creating solutions for each challenge.
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China Europe Carbon Neutral Technology aims to support and substantially contribute to China’s path towards carbon neutrality in a holistic and inclusive way by gathering all the stakeholders and creating solutions for each challenge.
China Europe Carbon Neutral Technology will play an active and innovative role in providing services to conceive, shape, design and accomplish the transitions needed to achieve carbon neutrality.