Electrolux Professional reveals its climate impact

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Electrolux Professional was rated B on the Carbon Disclosure Project’s climate change list.

Together with 13,000 other companies globally, Electrolux Professional is disclosing its climate change impact through CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project), a global non-profit environmental disclosure platform.

In its first CDP submission as a standalone company, Electrolux Professional received a B-rating in the climate change list, just below the highest rating on the A to F scale.

Alberto Zanata, President and CEO of Electrolux Professional, said: “We are known as a sustainability leader in our industry, continuously striving to improve and develop the most sustainable solutions in the most sustainable way. To be clear and transparent with our climate impact and activities, is therefore an obvious priority for us. The CDP response is very satisfying, and a true acknowledgement of our climate achievements.”

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CDP drives companies and governments to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, safeguard water resources and protect forests. Over 13,000 companies with over 64% of global market capitalisation disclosed environmental data through CDP in 2021.

CDP Europe’s deputy director corporate engagement David Lammers said: “The scientific consensus on the need for urgent action on climate change has never been clearer. By disclosing to CDP in 2021, Electrolux Professional has demonstrated a commitment to corporate environmental transparency and made an important contribution to an economy that works for both people and planet.”

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