RadiciGroup presents its 2017 Sustainability Report. Energy consumption and emissions down, training and added value up: the hallmarks of a Group that looks ahead by operating transparently and inclusively.
The RadiciGroup 2017 Sustainability Report has been released. Prepared according to the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards, the Report synthesizes numbers into graphics and tables that clearly and transparently show how the Group is committed to social and environmental sustainability “in the field” on a daily basis.
The reference to “the field” is not by chance. As a matter of fact, the site of the Sustainability Report presentation was the Bortolotti Sports Centre in Zingonia, Bergamo, training headquarters of Atalanta B.C. Last year, the RadiciGroup logo appeared on the team jersey to confirm the ties of both organizations to their territory of origin and to demonstrate that great objectives can be reached through team play, in both sport and the work world.
“Following our excellent environmental performance in recent years – also thanks to sizeable investments at all our sites,” Angelo Radici, president of RadiciGroup, pointed out, “our trends in emissions, energy and the use of resources stayed positive. Even on the social front, the figures on Group workers were very good. RadiciGroup is growing in terms of human resources, not only from a numerical point of view but also – and more importantly – from a professional perspective.”
Some figures, which can be viewed in more depth by reading the Report: today the Group’s renewable source electrical energy mix is 40.3% of total electrical energy consumption, and the goal is to continue along this path to ensure high levels of green energy. During the three-year period 2015-2017, total primary energy consumption of fossil fuels dropped from 6.43 GJ/t to 6.19 GJ/t, and, during the last six years, decreased by 22%.