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CarboNZero hits the big time

Friday 4 Apr 08 6:00am

Pioneering New Zealand carbon footprint measurer carboNZero has gone international by tying up a measurement, management and certification partnership with a British company that boasts 30,000 clients in 23 countries.

CarboNZero, owned by state-owned Landcare Research, is to launch a pilot scheme in the utilities sector, and later roll it out to other clients of British-based Achilles Information Ltd which also operates globally in the oil and gas, transport, public, pharmaceuticals, mining, construction and communications technology fields.

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