FUCHS vows to go 'carbon neutral' by 2020

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 The solar array at Fuchs UK's Stoke-on-Trent HQ / Credit: Fuchs UK
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The solar array at Fuchs UK's Stoke-on-Trent HQ / Credit: Fuchs UK

Global industrial lubricants company confirms it intends secure full carbon neutral status by the beginning of next year

Industrial lubricant manufacturer FUCHS is set to secure carbon neutral status globally by 1 January 2020, the company announced this week. The company said the move will ensure the CO2 footprint generated...

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