Oxwash targets to net zero emissions by 2023

UK-based Oxwash has announced its target for net zero carbon emissions by 2023. This ambition is  in line with the UK Government’s ambition to be carbon neutral by 2050. The company is one of 32 scale-ups and start-ups selected by Tech Nation – a national network in the UK for ambitious tech entrepreneurs.

Net Zero is a six-month programme aimed at accelerating the growth of the UK’s most exceptional climate tech scale ups. Joining forces with a number of innovative UK tech companies, Oxwash has committed to the programme to achieve the sector set target of net zero carbon emissions. Founding members of the taskforce included Bulb, Vodafone and Money Supermarket.

As part of the initiative, Oxwash will be raising investment to further develop its IoT connected lagoons, maximising efficiencies in its washing processes to save water and CO2.

Dr Kyle Grant – ex-NASA scientist – founded Oxwash in 2018. His aim was to improve the laundry industry by creating a convenient service for businesses and individuals that doesn’t destroy the planet. The company’s mission is to build the future of laundry with no environmental impact and world class results.