Carbon Neutral

As of December 2023, Enveco Ltd is proud to officially be a carbon neutral business, certified by Carbon Neutral Britain following the ISO 14064 & GHG Emissions Protocol Accounting Standard”

We have offset our business carbon footprint by supporting 4 projects

  • 1) Reforestation in South West Australia

Conservation International, a world authority on biodiversity conservation, identified Southwest Australia as one of only 35 globally significant biodiversity hotspots.

These are regions that have an exceptionally high number of plant and animal species found nowhere else in the world, account for 90% of all species on earth and cover only 2.3% of the earth’s surface. It is therefore imperative
that these ‘megadiverse’ areas be protected to ensure their survival and restoration. The Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor Gold Standard project is located in this global biodiversity hotspot

South West Australia Reforestation – Australia


  • 2) Reforestation of degraded land in Uruguay

Located in the heart of Uruguay, this project turns 21,298 hectares of land that have been used for beef cattle grazing for over 300 years, to sustainable managed forests. About 80% of Uruguayan territory is used for cattle ranching on natural and artificial savanna, and over-grazing with unequal
distribution of cattle has degraded the natural vegetation.
This project will convert this land to forest plantations, for obtaining high-value, long-lived timber products and for sequestering large amounts of carbon dioxide.

Reforestation on Degraded Land – Uruguay

  • 3) Energy efficient lighting in India

This project was developed by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) to promote energy efficient lighting in India, thus reducing the electricity, and therefore carbon emissions generated from the grid. When established, around 76% of India’s electricity was generated from coal – and so by reducing energy consumption and efficiency, over 35,000 tonnes of CO2e are offset each year.

Energy Efficient Lighting – India

  • 4) Improved Biodiversity & mixed reforestation in Costa Rica

This project in northern Costa Rica provides long-term employment in a rural and underdeveloped area and offers fair working conditions including accident, health and pension insurance, personal protective equipment, and ongoing education and training. Additionally, 25% of the total project area is managed as nature reserves, preserving remnant forests and wetlands as habitats for endangered wildlife species.
The project also includes biodiversity monitoring of amphibians and reptiles, and the use of native tree species in mixed stands to create buffer zones between the project area and the bordering national park. The project also helps to reduce Costa Rica’s dependency on timber imports and decrease pressure to exploit old-growth rainforests, while careful site selection and private land ownership reduce the risk of land use conflicts.

Improved Biodiversity & Mixed Reforestation – Costa Rica