Caring for the Environment

Our approach is based on the following principles:

  • Setting and regularly assessing goals for improving environmental performance;
  • Following operating guidelines that protect the environment, employees’ health, and the integrity of communities affected by the Company’s business;
  • Complying with current regulations and authorization requirements at all levels;
  • Applying principles for ongoing improvement of pollution prevention;
  • Reducing the environmental impact of production processes in an economically effective way;
  • Sharing information about the environmental impact of its business performance in a transparent manner;
  • Guaranteeing that the staff has the skills and resources needed to achieve environmental goals.

Caring for the Environment

We are committed to conducting our business in an environmentally responsible manner, and complying with accepted environmental practices, including the promise to meet or exceed applicable legal and certification requirements.

Our Certifications and achievements

Our Rome offices apply Environmental Management System and Energy Management System certified according to ISO 14000:2015 and ISO 50001:2011 standards.
The two Management Systems are aimed at constantly improving environmental performances in all aspects directly or indirectly impacted by corporate activities, as well as constantly improving efficiency in managing systems, installations, infrastructures, high energy impact supplies, and all corporate activities that imply consumption of electrical energy and methane.
Furthermore, we have introduced tele-working and smart-working programs in order to reduce the environmental impact due to commuting and promote work flexibility.
Within the Climate Change Program carried out by CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project), in 2017 IGT has achieved the Leadership A- level. This acknowledgment is an important evidence of our awareness, commitments, and actions fighting climate change in line with the Paris Agreement goals set at the 2015 Climate Conference.