Marta San Román, marketing leader refrigerants, Honeywell Fluorine Products, on how Honeywell has been helping Tesco to reduce its carbon footprint.
Back in November 2015, members of the Tesco executive team attended the UN Climate Change conference in Paris (COP21). It was there that they restated the company’s support for the many actions required to meet long-term climate targets.
In 2017, Tesco announced plans to switch its entire operations to 100 per cent renewable energy, and to reduce food waste with new re-sealable salad bags. These initiatives have all been very visible to consumers, but even more is happening behind the scenes.