For Acesur, the concept of productive efficiency includes that it be sustainable. We have imposed ourselves as an obligation to reduce emissions; gain energy self-sufficiency by increasing the weight of renewables; use biomass as fuel, the recovery of by-products, consolidating a circular economy process; wastewater treatment and reuse; have local suppliers or produce containers and auxiliary materials that are recyclable or directly made with recycled materials. In every step we take, we want not to harm our planet and that future generations have a better place to live.
At Acesur, we apply a Comprehensive Management System (Quality, Environment and Occupational Health and Safety), since it is such an important field that it is treated in a transversal way, with respect for the environment also being one of the points of the Code of Ethics of the company. The Comprehensive Management System is aimed at meeting all the applicable requirements of the ISO Standards, with ISO 14001:2015 being the one applied in the environmental field.
Acesur’s environmental policy establishes, as one of its commitments, to achieve continuous improvement in its environmental behavior, with the participation of the entire organization. To this end, some objectives are established in an Environmental Management Program that affects all of Acesur’s activities.
Reduction of 29,2 % of our emissions despite increasing production.
We have doubled our use of recycled pet.
Installation process of 51,000 m² of photovoltaic panels.
Acesur is part of the United Nations Global Compact in the category of signatory with the commitment to harmonize the company’s operations with the Ten Basic Principles of the Compact, which advocate the care of Human Rights, the Environment, Labor Standards and the promotion of Anti-corruption Measures.
Likewise, Acesur already contemplates in its corporate vision the fulfillment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), especially those that are more in line with its activity, which are the following:
Acesur is one of the thousands of companies around the world that are committed to a common objective of growth, which is reflected in the Progress Communication, a dissemination tool, by which the companies belonging to the Global Compact report on the progress that they achieve to implement the principles of the Global Compact in their interest groups.