Gpi and the environment

Minimising the impact of our activities, wherever we operate

We were born in a territory, (Trentino region, North Italy) where nature is respected as a matter of course.
We are committed to minimising the impact of our activities wherever we operate.
The management of environmental impact is a strategic commitment in relation to the more general aims of the company’s entire business, to be pursued through the guidelines established by the Group’s Health, Safety and Environment Policy.

Gpi S.p.A. has strengthened these commitments by implementing and keeping up to date an Environmental Management System certified according to the international standard ISO 14001:2015, which guarantees a systemic approach to the continuous improvement of environmental performance, including through the awareness and involvement of employees, collaborators and suppliers.

The environmental impacts generated by Gpi are mostly attributable to those produced by office activities.
They thus include energy consumption for the utilities of the operating sites and fuel consumption for the corporate fleet, water consumption for sanitary purposes and waste production.

Waste management - Consolidated

In 2023, 293 tonnes of waste were produced on a consolidated level; at the Italian sites alone, 274 tonnes of waste were produced, of which about 2.48% was hazardous. Of the hazardous waste, medical waste, which result from nursing/surgical activities carried out at Gpi medical centres, account for 11.26%.

The figure for waste produced in 2023 is much higher than in previous years (80.26 tonnes in 2022), because not only special waste was included in 2023, but also municipal waste delivered to the Public Service.

In actual fact, a process has been implemented for calculating the quantities delivered to the urban circuit, which involves reporting the number of bags delivered weekly for each type of waste: paper/cardboard, plastic, organic, glass and undifferentiated.
The figure for special waste alone is 80.04 tonnes, which is in line with the figure reported in 2022.


2021 – Resumption of disposal activities that had largely stopped during 2020

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