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Net-Zero

Putting sustainability at the centre of everything we do

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Our journey is underway

HybrIT is committed to a Net-zero carbon footprint before 2035. As a company we take a wider view and are looking at all the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and how HybrIT can have a positive impact for our staff, customers, communities and our planet.

HybrIT has committed to large scale and continual tree planting to offset all our scope 1 and 2 emissions before the end of 2022. This can be from our current large scale tree planting initiative, supplier selection and small changes in behaviour in the organisation. We are in process of identifying our priorities beyond that of carbon neutrality.

 

We are following a 5 step process to sustainability:

Step By Step Process

5 steps to sustainability
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Scope 1:  Identify emissions and organisational enablement for scope 1 and 2

  • Make sustainability part of decisions making within all areas of the organisation.

  • Invest in tree planting: We have supported the planting of trees that will capture 373 tonnes of CO2, through tree-nation.

  • Understanding, document and track the companies Scope 1 emissions by June 2022.

  • Committing to an action plan to reduce our scope 1 emissions and offset/plant trees to mitigate unavoidable scope 1 emissions.

 

Organisational Scope 3 audit & plan

  • Scoping and boundary setting.

  • Data collection –direct emissions, purchase/supply chain data, inform key suppliers.

  • Results and recommendations, reduction planning for HybrIT products and services.

  • Carbon neutrality options: Adding carbon cost to all quotes and contracts with options for customers to offset.

 

Scope 1

Green House Gas (GHG) emissions that we make directly — for example while running our boilers and vehicles.

Scope 2

These are the emissions we make indirectly – like the electricity or energy we use for heating and cooling buildings.

Scope 3

All the emissions we are indirectly responsible for, up and down our supply chain. For example, from buying products from our suppliers, and from our products when customers use them. Emissions-wise, Scope 3 is nearly always the biggest and most complicated to calculate.

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