By  on March 2, 2012

MILAN — L’Oréal Italia is introducing a “zero emissions” project to eliminate carbon dioxide output from its Settimo Torinese facility, based in Italy’s Piedmont region, by using solely renewable sources.

The plant — L’Oréal’s largest worldwide in terms of units produced, will rely on a biomass plant, the local district-heating and cooling network plus a heat-concentration system using solar panels to make it energy self-sufficient. As a result, the neighboring community is to see 7,800 fewer tons of carbon dioxide emitted annually.

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