ClimeCo Green Adds Plastic Credits to Website
ClimeCo Green is now offering plastic credits that are available for purchase on its website. Individuals and households can calculate their plastic footprint based on the country they live in with ClimeCo Green’s newly developed calculator and purchase plastic credits to mitigate their footprint. The purchase of credits will support plastic cleanup projects from around the world.
To calculate your plastic footprint, learn more about plastic credits, and view the projects available for mitigation, click here.
About ClimeCo Green
ClimeCo Green helps individuals and businesses easily calculate and offset their carbon and plastic waste footprint. By purchasing credits, you can support carbon emission and plastic waste reduction projects, which bring co-benefits to our environment and surrounding communities. Co-benefits vary from project to project, but some of the most common include improved air and water quality, erosion control, nutrient buffering, habitat protection, enhanced food supply, or providing local jobs. ClimeCo Green strives to find projects that provide the most co-benefits so that as its customers mitigate their footprint, they can feel confident that their support extends beyond reducing greenhouse gases (GHG) or plastic waste.
ClimeCo is a respected advisor, transaction facilitator, trader, and developer of environmental commodity market products and related services. We specialize in voluntary carbon, regulated carbon, renewable energy credits, plastics credits, and regional criteria pollutant trading programs. Complimenting these programs is a team of professionals skilled in providing sustainability program management services, and developing and financing of GHG abatement and mitigation systems.
For more information or to discuss how ClimeCo can drive value for your organization, contact us at 484.415.0501, firstname.lastname@example.org, or through our website climeco.com. Be sure to follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using our handle, @ClimeCo.