At Celsia, we achieve eco-efficiency by focusing on the optimal, efficient use of natural resources.
GRI (103-1) At Celsia, we understand that to remain over time, we must focus on the optimal, efficient use of natural resources contributing to their conservation; therefore, in our assets and projects, we apply principles of good socio-environmental practices, such as the efficient use of energy, the management of waste or debris, the management of discharges and the control of atmospheric emissions, giving the best to grow together and keeping in mind the expectations of our Stakeholders.
Our actions are reflected in:
DJSI (2.3.6, 2.3.7, 2.3.9, 2.3.10 y 2.3.12) SASB (IF-EU-120a.1) Our Organization recognizes and manages changes in the environment; for this reason, the emission of atmospheric pollutants for air quality and for the availability of natural resources is a priority, and for this:
GRI (303-4) For our sites or work center that have a water concession for domestic uses, we have a Domestic Wastewater Treatment System (STARD, in Spanish), which allows us to make controlled discharges, meeting the requirements established by the current environmental regulations of each country where we are present.
GRI (103-3) During 2021, the primary results on the subject were:
These are our short-, medium- and long-term challenges:
Atmospheric Emissions: The pollutants released directly into the atmosphere. Some originate as a consequence of chemical reactions and others correspond to the continuous or discontinuous discharge of matter, substances or forms of energy coming directly or indirectly from any source that may cause air pollution.
Hazardous Waste: Non-recyclable waste considered hazardous because it has intrinsic properties that pose risks to health and the environment.
Hydrobiological Resources: The organisms that spend their entire life, or part of it, in an aquatic environment and are used by man directly or indirectly.
Non-Hazardous Waste: The waste that does not cause damage to the environment or the health of living beings, since it does not undergo significant physical, chemical or biological transformations.
Thermal district: An urban-distribution network that produces steam, hot water and ice water; from a central plant it is transported by underground pipes to the buildings that comprise it, in order to heat spaces, domestic water or produce air conditioning.
VERRA: An international organization committed to supporting climate action and sustainable development through standards, tools and frameworks that assess environmental and social impacts at the project and program level.