The “Less Plastic!” project aims to the gradual reduction of the plastic materials, used within the company: an important action, which will be implemented not only through practical actions but also through the promotion of environmentally conscious behaviors.
Attention and care for the environment are fundamental aspects of the DAB philosophy. Indeed, we want to involve all employees in this project, in order to brand identity and values. A project, therefore, which is also a cultural challenge: that of increasing more and more the effective commitment to environmental sustainability.
The decrease in the amount of plastic inside the company will take place thanks to a series of initiatives, such as:
• PET water bottles in the vending machines of the office area will be replaced with aluminum cans;
• biodegradable glasses and sticks will be used in vending machines;
• installation of new distributors with intelligent sensors that include the possibility of using their own cups;
• distribution of drinks only in tetrapack;
• new water fountains (hot or cold, still and sparkling) with an improved and safer filtering system;
• supply of metal water bottles to employees.
The aim of the communication is not only to inform about these actions, but also to promote greater awareness among employees of the importance of a sustainable living, which will be realized thanks to a synergetic and reciprocal commitment of DAB with all company resources.
The purpose, therefore, will be supported by a correct stimulus towards a good differentiation of waste, thanks to the introduction of new containers, such as those dedicated to the paper that are already appearing in the offices.
MANDATORY ELEMENTS IN THE INFOGRAPHIC:
• Company logo
• Project name "Less Plastic!"
• Explaining symbols:
o pet elimination
o biodegradable glasses and sticks
o vending distributor with cup/mug
o no glass, yes tetrapack
o water dispensers (hot, cold, natural, sparkling)
o water bottle under water dispenser
o invitation to the correct differentiation of waste