Tag: carbon footprint (15 articles)

Regulation   |   23 August, 2023 at 10:25 AM

Electrical waste to be reduced from 2027

All mobile phones must have easy-to-replace batteries from 2027. We will be able to use the mobile phone for more years by changing only the battery, and we will reduce the carbon footprint generated by the manufacture of new phones.

Environment   |   28 July, 2023 at 2:20 PM

What's the carbon footprint of an event on climate change?

On International Climate Emergency Day (22 July), the Climate Change Summit (CCS), the largest event in Central and Eastern Europe dedicated to addressing the challenges of climate change, presented the carbon footprint report of its first edition in 2022.

Energy   |   23 May, 2023 at 3:25 PM

OMV Petrom to produce green hydrogen at Petrobrazi refinery

OMV Petrom, the largest integrated energy company in Southeast Europe, announces the signing of a financing contract through the National Plan for Recovery and Resilience for the construction of a hydrogen production capacity by water electrolysis at the Petrobrazi refinery. The contract was signed with the Ministry of Energy, for a maximum value of about €39 million, the total investment being estimated at about €74 million.

Industry   |   17 May, 2023 at 5:09 PM

CERC's online platform calculates your personal carbon footprint

An online platform calculates your personal carbon footprint over the course of a year in terms of transport, waste, and energy consumption. The calculator is available on the economiecirculara.eu platform has algorithms that are based on international standards and measurements and measure the carbon footprint within a year.

Industry   |   5 May, 2023 at 5:30 PM

Electrolux reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 82%

The Electrolux Group reached its set targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions three years earlier. The group thus reduced its greenhouse gas emissions from direct and indirect operations by 82% and the emissions resulting from the direct use of household appliances by 25%.