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Massive emission savings possible with supply chain changes

Thursday 27 Mar 08 9:00am

As New Zealand businesses start measuring emissions and prepare to face a price on carbon, and new whole-of-supply chain carbon footprint concept could save big companies millions.

The concept has delivered one major snack food maker with 2000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent emission savings a year, and cut its power bill by more than $675,000 a year.

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