In the picture, the boy is holding a globe and the EcoCompass logo is included.
News 12.04.2024 - 11:26

We have been granted an EcoCompass Certificate

For us, environmental responsibility means concrete actions in our own operations. We are committed to saving natural resources and increasing the positive impacts on the environment. As a proof of this, we were awarded the EcoCompass Certificate.

We have adopted the EcoCompass environmental management system. The EcoCompass system helps us identify the most significant environmental impacts of our operations and find ways to reduce them.

We were awarded an EcoCompass Certificate on April 9, 2024 as proof of our exemplary handling of environmental matters.

EcoCompass supports the reduction of environmental impacts

EcoCompass is a practical tool that is not specific to any field and can be used to identify, reduce and monitor the environmental impacts of an organisation. EcoCompass is based on the international ISO 14001 standard and is owned by the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation.

With the EcoCompass system, we have built an environmental programme that includes goals and measures to reduce our environmental impacts. We have specified the promotion of waste sorting as one specific area to develop.

Environmental responsibility is a fixed part of our operations  

We continuously develop our operations to be more sustainable for the environment. The promotion of sustainable development is one of our strategic goals, which is also listed in our values.

We respond to the climate challenge by striving towards our goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2030. This means that we promote carbon-neutral construction and support sustainable development by building and maintaining properties in a way that is sustainable through the entire life cycle.  

We know our responsibility as the largest lessor of housing in Espoo. Our mission is to ensure that our tenants can live in an environmentally sustainable way. In addition to this, we want to encourage our tenants to make sustainable choices in their day-to-day lives. 

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