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Watt Utilities is committed to achieving Net Zero Carbon status.

Watt Utilities is aiming to attain the Australian Federal Government Climate Active Certification by 2022.

Watt Utilities Is Utilising A Five-Step Process In Order To Achieve Net Zero Carbon Emission Status

Climate Active Certification is awarded to businesses that have credibly achieved net zero carbon emissions.

Certification is achievable for both buildings and for organisations

The Australian Federal Government Climate Active Certification Process

Step 1: Make Application

 

Step 2: Calculate Applicable Emissions

 

Step 3: Develop and Implement an Emissions Reduction Strategy

 

Step 4: Purchase Offsets (as required)

 

Step 5: Arrange Independent Validation

 

Step 6: Publish Carbon Neutral Business Status

What Does It Mean To Be Carbon Neutral

To become carbon neutral, organisations calculate the emissions generated by their activity (such as driving or flying or electricity use), then reduce these emissions as much as possible and finally compensate for the remaining unavoidable emissions by purchasing carbon offsets or carbon credits.

To Achieve Net Zero Carbon Emission Status, Watt Utilities Will Be Utilising Carbon Offsets and / or Carbon Credits

We have begun a project to achieve Climate Active Certification for both our building and for our organisation.

If you would like to connect with our Net Zero Delivery Manager to know more about our approach towards Net Zero Carbon Status, click here

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