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Climate Positive

Becoming circular and climate positive are closely linked. Climate change remains one of the greatest challenges of our time. Its consequences will affect our entire planet and everyone living on it. To tackle the challenge of climate change, we collaborate across sectors by creating energy-efficient products and services, sustainable and innovative material use, and improvements in supply chains.

Our Commitments

To reach climate positive goals, Dekko ISHO is working within the industry and beyond in driving policy change, by adopting science-based targets and committing to global climate reduction goals.

Energy Efficiency

Use as little energy as possible

We implement proven approaches to energy efficiency in all our processes, from supply chain to production. We are committed to increasing energy efficiency at all stages of our value chain by optimizing maximum possible energy output from the smallest, necessary energy input.

Renewable Energy

Ensure fossil-free energy sources

We are committed to maximizing the use of renewable energy in our value chain to support the transition to fossil-free energy use. We have plan to source at least 50% renewable energy in our own operations. New renewable energy generation capacity is needed to contribute to the necessary decarbonization of energy systems.

Climate Resilience & Carbon Sink

Address unavoidable emissions

Our commitment to the elimination of greenhouse gas emissions from our own operations is always top priority. However, as there will still be unavoidable emissions in our process, we are engaging in activities to absorb carbon to become truly climate positive.


We are continuously working to improve our water efficiency and have succeeded in bringing down the water consumption by a staggering 50 percent in spinning operations. We have metering systems across the water distribution network. Our corporate EHS team regularly monitors the metering system.


Dekko ISHO has taken steps towards reducing its impact on the climate by implementing various energy efficiency measures, such as replacing several existing lights with LED lighting, replacing existing vehicles with low-emission vehicles where feasible, adopting LEED certification from US Green Building Council, and conduct energy audit to identify how best to make our buildings and facilities more energy efficient. These actions show the community that we can be a leader in energy efficiency and emissions reductions.


We are increasingly focused on understanding and addressing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. As these efforts mature, greater attention is being focused on GHG emissions throughout company value chains and product life cycles, from raw material extraction to disposal, as a complement to company-specific carbon footprinting.