FACT
The world’s largest companies in our industry have set targets for carbon footprint reduction across their whole businesses.

Take a look at what they are are setting out to achieve.

Heineken Logo

“We intend to maintain our long-term commitment to the overall sustainability of our company.."

Jean-François van Boxmeer  Heineken CEO

Diageo Logo

“To reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 50% by 2015 against a 2007 baseline”

Diageo

Nestle Logo

“As the largest food and beverage company in the world we are determined to provide leadership within our sphere of influence.”

Paul Bulcke Nestle CEO

PepsiCo Logo

“we have a responsibility to help devise solutions to key global challenges.”

Indra K. Nooyi CEO

Miller Logo

“We aim for a 50% reduction in fossil fuel emissions by 2020”

SAB Miller

Coca Cola Logo

“We are increasingly focused on energy efficiency and climate protection to help reduce costs and minimize our environmental impact.”

Coca-Cola

Unilever Logo

“By 2020 our goal is to halve the environmental footprint of the making and use of our products.”

Unilever

“We are continually looking for ways to reduce our impact and use resources more efficiently."

Peter Ernsting, SVP Group Supply Chain - Carlsberg

The evidence is growing!

Even at today’s prices, it makes financial sense not to waste power. However when soaring energy prices are factored in to the calculations, the need for efficiency is even greater.

FACT
Electricity is getting more expensive

“The average dual fuel bill could rise by 30-50% in the next year”
Deutsche Bank

“ Electricity price have been predicted to rise by at least 40% over the next ten years."
Solarpowerportal.co.uk

FACT
As our lifestyles improve we consume more energy

Growth in G20 Energy Consumption was 5% in 2010

G20 Energy Consumption

Staycold and Rhino GreenSense approved products help mitigate the expensive and harmful aspects of these trends by reducing carbon footprint by as much as 6 tons per cooler over 5 years.

FACT
Governments are committed to the reduction of carbon emissions and are imposing taxes and incentives to achieve them

For example:

Staycold and Rhino GreenSense approved products may help reduce your Government’s ‘Green’ Taxes or help you take advantage of tax incentive initiatives such as the ECA scheme.