TNT helps customers cut the carbon

TNT is offering CO2-neutral delivery of all express domestic consignments in Germany at no additional charge.
The carrier measures how much CO2 is produced in transporting consignments and then ‘neutralises’ them with an equivalent amount of CO2 credits.
TNT uses CO2 credits only from renewable energy projects that meet Gold Standard requirements. External auditor SGS verifies the process and the CO2 calculation fully complies with the European Norm EN16258.
Customers can also opt for CO2 Neutral for their international consignments, receiving a yearly certificate specifying the amount of CO2 that TNT has neutralised on their behalf.
Other TNT CO2 services include tools to measure historic emissions and model future ones. TNT plans to roll out its upgraded CO2 services to other large European countries over the next few months.
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