Net Zero Now & Loopcycle: Empowering Operators Towards Sustainability

Net Zero Now & Loopcycle: Empowering Operators Towards Sustainability

Loopcycle and Net Zero Now are partnering to support customers with their Sustainability goals.  


Net Zero Now provides hospitality businesses with all the tools to start their journey towards Net Zero and a standard against which to certify those that do.  The platform provides businesses with a carbon footprint, reduction targets and a tailored action plan and is now integrating data and solutions from climate focussed companies such as Loopcycle, who can help restaurants achieve their climate goals.  


Loopcycle deploys blockchain and machine learning technologies to trace commercial equipment throughout its lifecycle, estimate carbon impact and build a full-service history of how the equipment is managed. This provides essential data and intelligence to the end user which has historically been unavailable.Bringing to the forefront the importance for better asset management, informed decision making which is driven by actual behavioural and environmental data.


Working together the two companies can ensure they are offering customers a 360 degree approach to trace, manage and recover physical assets through their lifecycle then reuse, recycle and make further progress towards a Net Zero sector.


Lugano Kapembwa, Co-Founder and CEO shares, “We are thrilled to launch this ground-breaking partnership with Net Zero Now. By aligning our technology with some of the UK’s most knowledgeable climate change professionals, we will remain at the cutting edge of the hospitality sector’s drive towards net zero, and add further value to our customers who want to strengthen their sustainability commitments and reporting methodologies.“


Simon Heppner, Founder of Net Zero Now, comments, “Loopcycle are fantastic at what they do and by creating this partnership we can signpost restaurants seeking low carbon kitchen solutions to providers with all the knowledge and expertise.As the sector plans for an electrified future, this will only become more important.”