Asics plans to cut 55% of its supply chain carbon emissions

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In a new sustainability framework set through FY 2030, sportswear brand Asics has promised to cut carbon emissions of its supply chain by 55% and of its own operations by 33%.

The company reduced carbon emissions by 17.5% in 2017 from the 2015 baseline year, in part because of the installation of solar panel array at a Mississippi distribution center, according to a press release.

Asics also claims commitment to a “circular economic model where resources are reused and recycled” and has partnered up in projects that focus on recycling used products.

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