Carbon Trust launches emissions cut standard

July 2008
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Jul2008, Issue 402, p9
The article reports that the Carbon Trust in Great Britain has launched its standards for setting the minimum criteria for measuring greenhouse gas emissions and setting carbon reduction requirements. Qualification requirements for the award of certification and recertification are offered. Among private and government bodies which have been certified to the Carbon Trust's standard include Thames Water, the Department of Environment of Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) and London Fire Brigade.


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