Towards carbon neutrality
M-Filter Group has launched a project towards carbon neutrality. The carbon footprint will be calculated in accordance with the greenhouse gas (GHG) protocol, which is a generally accepted and broadly used calculation method.
We will start by identifying the carbon footprint of our operations. To this end, we have selected Green Carbon Finland as our partner. Green Carbon has the first ISO 14064-certified carbon sinks in the Nordic countries. It is important to us that our carbon footprint is calculated by a reliable external expert organisation.
We will first identify where emissions are generated and how they can be controlled and reduced. After this, we can take concrete action for the environment. We will offset part of our emissions by using carbon sinks. Green Carbon’s certified carbon sinks are Finnish forests and partnership projects with Finnish landowners. M-Filter will offset direct emissions from its operations by using certified Finnish carbon offsetting.
Our aim is to make our operations carbon neutral by means of emissions reductions and carbon offsets. We will draw a climate roadmap to lead us towards low carbon business.
More information about the GHG protocol is available at https://ghgprotocol.org.
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Oy M-Filter Ab has acquired all shares of Filter Partner Oy, which operates in Salo, Finland. Filter Partner Oy was established in year 2006. Company specializes on production, sales and marketing of HVAC- and industrial filters and is one of the leading experts of HVAC-filters in Finland.
Our aim is to make our operations carbon neutral by means of emissions reductions and carbon offsets. We have launched a project with Green Carbon Finland to lead us towards carbon neutrality.
Clean air specialists Oy M-Filter Ab and Filterpak Oy have merged in a transaction where Oy M-Filter Ab has acquired all shares in Filterpak Oy, which operates in Hanko, Finland.
We manufacture the most demanding filtration solutions to improve indoor air quality, e.g. for viral air purifiers.