Dnata, global air and travel services provider, announced that it would invest $100m in green operations in the next two years to further enhance environmental efficiency across its global network.
The company’s ongoing investment in infrastructure, equipment and process improvement will support it to achieve its strategic objectives and reduce its carbon footprint by 20% by 2024 and 50% by 2030.
“We’ve been making great progress on reducing our carbon footprint, minimising waste and reducing energy and water consumption across our operations. We will further increase our investments and efforts in strong cooperation with our partners to achieve our targets and preserve the environment for current and future generations,” Steve Allen, CEO of dnata Group, said.
The company also installed renewable energy features, such as solar panels, heat recovery units and electric vehicle charging stations at its existing facilities in the UK, Singapore and Ireland.
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