Net Zero Cash: Cash industry signs up to new Environment Charter

BusinessGreen staff
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Companies involved in the cash cycle pledge to slash emissions and energy use

The cash industry may have seen its once dominant position eroded by digital transactions, but it remains both an important part of the economy and a sector with a sizeable, if often hidden, environmental...

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