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By | Joe Fay 18th October 2006 11:14

Logicalis urges customers to take their greens

Reducing carbon footprint by selling silicon

Logicalis will offer environmental training to its customers in an effort to reduce their carbon footprints.

The integrator has teamed with environmental charity, Global Action Plan, to offer the subsidised training as part of new business proposals and contract negotiations.

The training should equip employees to measure their companies’ environmental impact, and help minimize the consumption of resources.

Of course, it’s one thing working out your data centre is hovering up resources and contributing to global warming. Whether companies will then bite the bullet and pull the plug is quite another.®

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