GAP Hire aims for carbon net-zero by 2040

By Murray Pollok21 May 2021

GAP Hire Solutions in the UK said it aims to be carbon net-zero by 2040.

The company, which created a Green Action Plan a few years ago, said it was taking steps to reduce its own carbon footprint and was working with its supply chain to provide equipment and rental services to support customers in their own net-zero ambitions.

GAP has produced an Environmental & Innovative Products brochure illustrating the eco-friendly products it has, and said eco-products were constantly being added to the fleet, such as the Ecosmart ZERO Welfare Unit developed in partnership with AJC EasyCabin.

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