CHEP Makes Its Half-Pallets Carbon-Neutral

The Packer January 2018

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Supply chain services company CHEP continues to invest in sustainability, most recently with its purchase of carbon credits for the reforestation of the Mississippi Valley, enabling its half-pallets to be carbon-neutral.

“There’s always different things that add carbon and take away carbon (throughout the supply chain),” Suzanne Lindsay-Walker, director of sustainability for CHEP parent company Brambles, said Jan. 27 at the Global Organic Produce Expo. “At the end, there’s this last little bit associated with the half-pallet that we’re choosing to offset.”

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