Best Buy Now Helping Consumers Reduce CO2, Save Billions on Utilities, Recycle More

June 27, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


After reducing its carbon emissions more than 50 percent, Best Buy is committing to achieve an even greater impact: The company has set a first-ever goal to help consumers reduce their carbon emissions by 20 percent* and save $5 billion on utility costs by 2030, while it works to decrease its own emissions 75 percent** over the same period.


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