McDonald’s to Install Solar Panels in West and South India Stores
Over the past two years, McDonald's owner Westlife has successfully diminished its carbon footprint by 16,308 tonnes through the preservation of 19.58 million units of electricity, equivalent to planting approximately 749,086 trees.
June 03, 2023. By Anurima Mondal
Talking about the development, Smita Jatia, Vice Chairperson, Westlife Foodworld says, “We are committed to a lower carbon footprint, achieved through increased recycling and reuse of materials, use of renewable energy, and reduced consumption. We recognise the critical role that businesses must play in addressing climate change and we are proud to walk the talk. With each step, we are becoming stronger in our fight against climate change. We look forward to continuing our efforts towards a greener future and to serving our customers with delicious and sustainable food.”
Over the past two years, Westlife has successfully diminished its carbon footprint by 16,308 tonnes through the preservation of 19.58 million units of electricity, equivalent to planting approximately 749,086 trees. The company has also eliminated single-use plastics from packaging and uses LED and OATS to improve energy efficiency. Even the cooking oil in McDonald’s west and south kitchens is converted into biodiesel.
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