PERSONAL INITIATIVES

What do toilet paper and kayaks have in common? Our colleagues use both in personal initiatives 
to create a sustainable footprint!

Sustainability
behind the
scenes

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PERSONAL INITIATIVES

What do toilet paper and kayaks have in common? Our colleagues use both in personal initiatives 
to create a sustainable footprint!

Sustainability
behind the
scenes

WATCH VIDEO

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The members of the Polish EPS team took initiative to clean up the river during a kayak activity.

Poland

“This initiative was born due to the fact that our organisation sets ambitious goals in the field of sustainable development, i.e. environmental protection, pollution reduction. Especially plastics, therefore, as part of this strategy, we also decided to contribute a bit to reducing pollution of our local river. The activity of our company also perfectly harmonises with this strategy, because we deal with the production and transport of reusable packaging, which has a colossal impact on reducing the consumption of disposable packaging.”

In March, Team Romania volunteered in a sustainable activity in their free time!

Romania

They were part of a team of 40 people who helped with tree planting. This activity was organised by the group “Planting in Romania” organising similar activities throughout the whole country. Altogether 2500 trees were planted!

Altogether
2500 trees
were planted!

Germany

“I use my bike every day to go at work, it allows me to get some fresh air and to do sport before starting my day. Beside reducing pollution, using bike is a good way to avoid traffic jam. Moreover I am not dependent of public transport schedule. Also, I live in a shared apartment and we have our own compost bin and we also do waste sorting. The ecological transition takes also place in our bathroom: now I only use soap bar for shower (Alep soap!) to avoid the use of plastic packaging. I try to not order goods online, I prefer to visit local shops in order to avoid CO² emissions linked to the delivery.”