The impact of our external and internal activities on the environment
Our commitment is to promote a culture to protect the environment, spreading awareness of environmental aspects and encouraging responsible behavior. This commitment is addressed both in business activities and in the company's internal environmental management.
What we do within the company
To address the direct environmental impacts within the company, we are committed to adopting eco-friendly strategies and measures such as the reduction of energy consumption, separate collection, waste recycling and the development of Mobility Management programs, to meet the commuting needs through low environmental impact solutions, not neglecting specific training initiatives for its collaborators.
We have implemented a "zero plastic" campaign by replacing all plastic bottles with water bottles, contributing through the purchase of WAMI water bottles to access to drinking water at the Marereni school in Kenya. In addition, the paperless initiative started in 2020 which saw the SACE offices emptying themselves of superfluous paper and halving the number of printers, together with an awareness campaign against the excessive use of paper and encouragement to use digital. .
SACE, together with the subsidiaries SACE BT, SACE Fct and SACE SRV, has received from the TUV certification body the Certification for the Environmental Management System in accordance with ISO 14001:2015 which identifies an international management standard for the environment as described by our Integrated Environment and Health and Safety at Work Policy - SACE and subsidiaries. The certified offices are: Rome, Milan, Bologna and Mestre. In the 2020 certification, explicit mention was also made of the new operations attributed to SACE by the Simplification Decree under the Green New Deal, thus extending the validity of the certificate also to the "issue of public guarantees in favor of Green New Deal projects. This operation is expressed in the Field of Application, required by the standard, which contains the boundaries and applicability of the Environmental Management System.