Make the most of natural light in workspaces by using artificial light only in poorly lit areas, use equipment in low-power mode and unplug power supplies when not in use.
Insulate windows and air-conditioning ducts to prevent heat and cool loss, and keep the air-conditioning at 21 degrees Celsius in winter and 24 degrees in summer.
Carry out regular cleaning of air conditioning equipment filters, which prevents consumption peaks due to obstructions, and schedule regular preventive maintenance of the equipment to ensure its proper operation and efficiency.
Avoid using paper as much as possible, reuse it, and properly manage recycling.
Use environmentally friendly materials in the construction and design of facilities and carry out regular preventative maintenance on equipment to ensure efficient operation.
Contract for the supply of electricity from renewable energy sources.
Avoid the use of plastic containers and single-use packaging, and provide information to encourage as much separation of waste as possible, for proper waste management and appropriate recycling.
Work with suppliers who have implemented an environmental policy in their companies, and undertake awareness-raising programmes for employees and customers.