Deceuninck-QuickStep to go carbon neutral

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Deceuninck-QuickStep announced on Friday that it has launched an ambitious sustainability project with the hashtag "It starts with us (#itstartswithus)" to become the first carbon-neutral cycling team.

The Belgian outfit is working with a group called CO2logic to reduce its carbon footprint, its first project will be to help supply clean water to the Kaliro District in Uganda, which will help reduce deforestation by eliminating wells and the need to use energy to boil water.

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