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Sustainable event implementation

EVENTS WITH REDUCED CO² EMISSION AND NO WASTE

SHAPING THE SUSTAINABLE FUTURE OF EVENTS

Events with responsibility: We feel committed to the community, the environment and the future. Our goal is events with less and less CO² and without waste.

Therefore, we are committed to an ecologically correct and responsible event implementation. We do this with a lot of seriousness, the will to make a difference and ideas that make a difference in the event industry.

Our formula: Plan better = consume less!

SUSTAINABILITY IN EVENT SERVICES IS A QUESTION OF ORGANISATION

What we are already doing today

  • Resources-saving high-end technology
  • Use of recyclable materials
  • Exclusive use of FSC wood
  • Solvent-free media production
  • Oil-based carpets with associated recycling
  • Exhibition construction systems for the prevention of stand waste
  • Multiple use of modular elements
  • Rental furniture
  • Wall panels / honeycomb paper based event furniture
  • Recyclable molton

We are continuously looking for environmentally friendly alternatives for all conventional materials used at events.

Would you like to plan and implement an event sustainably? Then please contact us: sustainability@satis-fy.com

Our environmental projects

KARBEN

Introduction of an Eco Management and Audit Scheme” (EMAS) certified environmental management system

Since the beginning of the year we have been working on the implementation of an EMAS for the Karben branch. The aim is to have it certified according to EMAS next autumn. EMAS serves as a norm setting instrument of the European Union that helps companies to continuously improve their environmental performance.

WERNE

Implementation of the project “Resource Efficiency in Event Services” funded by the Ministry of the Environment NRW

Over the next twelve months, the company will examine all process steps in the technical and structural aspects of events and optimize them in a resource-friendly manner. In our industry, far too little attention is paid to the CO2 footprint resulting from the construction and technical aspects of events.

On the one hand, the result serves our own optimization potential as an event service provider, and on the other hand we will be able to publish a publicly funded guide at the end of the project enabling to close the knowledge gaps of event decision makers and tenderers.