TrinaTracker embraces sustainability at factory in Spain

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The TrinaTracker team outside the Viana plant. (Photo: TrinaTracker)

TrinaTracker has announced that it has received carbon footprint certification for its manufacturing plant in Viana, Spain from Bureau Veritas, underlining its commitment to protection of the environment and sustainability.

An assessment of the company’s carbon emissions for 2022, conducted in line with the GHG protocol, a universally recognized carbon accounting methodology, indicated a reduction of  54.7% compared with the previous year, evaluation of its scope 1 and 2 emissions ensuring accurate reporting of both direct and indirect CO2 emissions.

“We’re extremely proud to have achieved this certification,” commented Alvaro Guerra, head of the Viana plant. “Our approach to meeting green objectives and achieving sustainable manufacturing is rooted in our company culture.”

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