Vidrala sets sights on net zero glass production after science-based targets approval

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Glass manufacturing is a highly energy and carbon intensive process | Credit: iStock
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Glass manufacturing is a highly energy and carbon intensive process | Credit: iStock

Spanish firm has become one of the first glass manufacturers in the world to secure validation for its climate goals from the Science-Based Targets Initiative

Vidrala has set it sights on becoming one of the world's first net zero carbon glass container manufacturer, having announced it has secured approval for its 1.5C-aligned climate goals from the Science-Based...

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