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Offsetting Carbon Emissions with Modulyss

Global warming is a major challenge the world faces today. Heritage Carpets are proud to be aligned with Modulyss, who have already put in place so many measures to eliminate their impact on the environment. However, they both acknowledge that due to technological constraints, there will always be a small footprint left behind.

Modulyss' CO2RE programme, starting with the newer ECO collections, is better suited at this time to help deal with the carbon issue than any effective manufacturing process. In this carbon reduction initiative, Modulyss will purchase the relevant carbon credits and support climate projects.

Every credit currently goes to the Paradigm project in Kenya created to positively impact poverty, as well as reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The social enterprise also considers Kenya's growing population and changing landscape where natural resources are becoming more precious.

The process is relatively simple to consider and is already considered with the Handcraft Collection: Moss, Leaf, Willow and Grind carpet tile collections. However, for all other collections the emissions can be calculated and applied to projects. This would be verified by an independent authority. Please contact Heritage Carpets Consultant to discuss this.

See Modulyss' CO2RE brochure for a very clear and simple explanation of this wonderful initiative.

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