Army to reduce its carbon footprint

The army is looking to reduce its carbon footprint by using hybrid tanks and use remote laser technology to become an effective and greener force.

Laser-powered solar cells are one potential power source says Institution of Mechanical Engineers member staff sergeant Graham Thornton. He also says cutting down on fossil fuels would not only reduce the army’s footprint and also create a more mobile and effective fighting force.

London based office supplies company, Wiles Greenworld also keep their carbon footprint low by encouraging staff to use greener ways to travel, they also encourage cycling to work and use alterative fuelled vehicles.

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