MSA retains The Planet Mark™

certification for 4th consecutive year 

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MSA has retained The Planet Mark™ Certification after cutting its total operational carbon footprint by 13% in 2016-17, compared to the previous year.

The Planet Mark™ Certificate recognises MSA's good practice in sustainability, including: 

  • measuring carbon emissions from electricity, fleet, water and travel
  • cutting its total carbon footprint by 13%
  • Reducing its electricity emissions by 18%
  • investing in the Eden Project to support education on climate change 
  • storing 260 tCO2e by protecting one acre of endangered rainforest through the charity Cool Earth 
  • committing to engage employees and suppliers to drive improvements.

MSA has set a further 5% carbon reduction target for its next annual reporting period.

Presenting the award, founder of The Planet Mark™ Steve Malkin, said: “The team at MSA has been relentless in reducing its carbon emissions. MSA is a great example of how sustainability becomes a way of doing business and that ongoing carbon reduction is something we can all achieve.”