Terratinta Group embarks on a path towards the future, and renews corporate practices in terms of Sustainability. With the CHANGE Project, the company wants to contribute to the conservation of the environment through more sustainable choices and professional training courses to raise awareness. The actions can be grouped into three macro-themes: plastic free, paper decrease and green energy, three new drivers for the group’s development..
01 Plastic free
The first step towards eliminating plastic waste involved removing all plastic containers from vending machines and coffee dispensers. At the same time – for our customers and suppliers – we have chosen glasses and cups totally made of compostable material, sanctioning the complete abandonment of plastic by the company. For internal use we have instead chosen to join the non-production of waste, guaranteeing the availability of washable tableware, customized steel bottles and completely free purified water both natural and sparkling.
Removal of plastic containers
Glasses and cups in compostable material
Distribution of steel bottles
02 Paper decrease
The second step of CHANGE project by Terratinta Group says stop to useless or avoidable prints and the use of digital platforms. Not only CHANGE means the optical archiving of all documentation for internal use (and this is already allowing us to drastically reduce the production of paper). More important, and an even more strategic and revolutionary choice in our sector, CHANGE resulted in the abolition of all paper catalogues, with the exception of the annual general catalogues, allowing us to review the business practices from the basics, changing the forma mentis of each of us and establishing new habits aimed at protecting the environment that will make the whole Terratinta Group a company seriously committed to sustainability and – therefore – the future.
Elimination of unnecessary prints
Digitization of documentation
03 Green energy
Green like electricity and the 100% Green gas we use, purchasing only raw materials produced from renewable sources or obtained through projects promoted by “Gold Standard for the Global Goals”.
Use of electricity and 100% Green gas