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How Can Hospitals Reduce Carbon Footprint?

Arloid London, United Kingdom 0 Ratings 4 Discussions 0 Group posts

Posted by: Arloid

The healthcare sector accounts for 4.4% of net global emissions. In the US, this rises to 10% of total national greenhouse gas emissions. In the UK, the carbon footprint of the NHS stood at 6.1MtCO2e in 2019. Clearly, tackling the carbon footprint of healthcare and hospitals is imperative for achieving our net zero targets.

Arloid is behind some of the most advanced AI technology on the planet. We help buildings in all sectors improve the efficiency of their HVAC systems in order to achieve emissions reductions of up to 30%. With our help, hospitals all over the world are making tangible progress toward their environmental targets.

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