We work every day to reduce the environmental impact of our products, not only in the use of raw materials, but also by proposing eco-friendly packaging solutions. We use materials of renewable origin and recycled materials; these can be packaged in cases or bags in recycled paper, biodegradable and compostable materials.
We avail ourselves of a zero kilometre supply chain, thus managing to reduce the CO2 impact associated with the transport of the material. Our main suppliers are almost all located within a radius of thirty kilometres and this allows us to guarantee control of all processes and compliance with delivery times. Furthermore, we entrust part of the packaging of our items to social cooperatives based in the area, in particular the AEPER social cooperative, which offers educational, therapeutic, residential or day care interventions with diversified projects to young people and adults with neuropsychiatric problems.
We show our attention and sensitivity to environmental issues by following an Energy Management path that has allowed us to obtain the GREEN BADGE. We have officially appointed, as Energy Manager, a UNI CEI 11339 certified EGE (Expert in Energy Management), in compliance with the national legislation governed by the Guidelines of Legislative Decree 102/14; this person helps us every year to assess business interventions and improvements that we can make to save energy.