Interserve: We'll do the 'heavy lifting' needed to meet ambitious carbon goals

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Despite carbon footprint uptick, company says it is starting to decouple growth from emissions and is en route to halving CO2 by 2020

When a large company has made a bold pledge to halve its carbon emissions by 2020 the last thing executives want to see is annual emissions creeping up. Yet that is exactly what has happened at construction...

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