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The production sites in Germany, Poland and in the Netherlands will therefore obtain electricity from Scandinavian hydropower. This will allow Südpack to significantly reduce its corporate carbon footprint in Scope 2, which covers emissions from the use of purchased energy, for example for electricity, heat or cooling.

By transitioning to electricity from renewable energy sources, Südpack will save 100% of the carbon emissions for electricity in 2022. “A figure that is roughly equivalent to 6,950 flights from Munich to Sydney and back – or to the annual heating and electricity consumption of an almost mid-sized German city,” said Eric Bouts, CEO of Südpack. The transition of additional sites to sustainable energy supply is also on the agenda and will take place gradually. One of the most important sustainability objectives for Südpack is climate neutrality. That is why all product developments, construction measures, initiatives and collaborative efforts aim to further improve the carbon footprint in order to make a vital contribution to the climate neutrality of the company.

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