Whether it be converting Te Awamutu’s coal boiler to run on wood pellets or simply using more economical driving techniques in our tankers, we’re committed to reducing our footprint.
We asked some of our skilled operators at our manufacturing sites to help answer a few Kiwis’ questions on these topics – check out the videos below.
Hear how our tanker operators have been working together to reduce emissions.
Check out just a couple of ways the teams are reducing our impact on the enviroment
See what the team at Te Awamutu have done to reduce emissions.
How our Te Awamutu team is doing its bit to save fuel, money and the environment.
July 08, 2020
Could cows be their own methane solution? It’s the million-dollar question for New Zealand’s largest industry: how can we stop cows from burping?
July 21, 2020
New Zealand’s first carbonzero milk, Simply Milk, hits supermarket shelves this week, meaning Kiwis can now enjoy their milk and have the satisfaction of helping the environment.
July 14, 2020
Following a comprehensive study into using electricity to replace coal at its Stirling site in Southland, the Co-operative has found wood biomass to be a more viable option.
July 01, 2020
In a step towards a potential solution to dairy farm emissions, we’ve partnered with Sea Forest to see if using seaweed in cows’ feed can reduce greenhouse gasses.
July 24, 2020
Addressing climate change is one of the most challenging global issues facing the dairy industry, and it’s a key focus for Fonterra.
June 17, 2020