Water is a precious and increasingly scarce resource that must be managed in a responsible way. We provide solutions to source, use, reuse and dispose water, based on environmentally friendly best practices
Any building can become selfsufficient, regardless of the operations and location. Selfsufficiency not only reduces the environmental footprint, but also operations costs and dependency on external factors
Through the right design, use, distribution and maintenance of facilities, high efficiency levels can represent a considerable improvement in environmental and financial performance
Recycling and disposing
With the right management, water can be reused for different purposes and be disposed in an environmentally friendly way mitigating social and environmental risks
Population growth, economic development and climate change will continue increasing the pressure on the food demand. The agriculture sector is a great contributor of greenhouse gases, deforestation and water scarcity. Socially and environmentally responsible businesses and organizations have, thus the responsibility to adopt highly efficient standards of food sourcing, waste minimization and proper organic waste disposal.
Sustainable sourcing and use
Through the implementation of policies and standards, organizations can supporting local best business-practices, cut down costs, and reduce the environmental footprint of F&B operations.
Closed nutrient cycle
Food waste and inadequate disposal of organic matter can have an often underestimated environmental impact. With the right approach, organizations can reduce environmental impact, expenses and canalize resources to generate valuable resources (such as fertilizer, biogas and even energy) on site.
Energy demand is expected to continue increasing. In the next 30 to 40 years, more than half of the increase in global energy consumption is projected to come from the Asian nations. The increasing concerns on energy security, the effects of fossil fuel emissions and sustained high world energy prices, will continue putting pressure on the efficient use of energy and renewable energy production.
Through the application of tailored measures, to maximize the efficiency of energy usage, organizations can significantly reduce, consumption, environmental impact and operation costs.
By adopting environmentally friendly technologies, such as as photovoltaic systems and biomass recovery plants, organizations can compliment or completely substitute their energy supply with environmentally friendly and self sufficient alternatives.
Modern buildings are large entities that impact the environment in various ways. They require large amounts of land, materials, energy, water, etc. In an environment of growing concerns due to the depletion of natural resources, responsible organizations must take into consideration the environmental impact of their buildings over its full lifecycle. An adequate design and management plan must therefore consider not only immediate but also life-time financial and environmental costs.
Program implementation focused on maximizing resource efficiency and reducing waste generation
Maximization of indoor aesthetics and comfort focusing on reducing environmental impact
Optimizing indoor air quality, light and oxygen conditions based on the the right balance of active and passive features