Recycling and the environment

Principios adaptados a las ciudades inteligentes

Our business model integrates sustainability into the core of technological development as any company in any field should do. Although social awareness is increasingly broad in this regard and people are continually integrating routines such as recycling into their daily lives, the greatest impact on ecosystems is generated by manufacturing. That is why the most significant actions to combat climate change must be taken from the business perspective. Undoubtedly one of the most important challenges at the corporate level is within the goal of "Zero net emissions".

The recycling of electronic devices or the reuse of elements should be a continuous process in technology companies so as not to generate mountains of polluting, unprocessed waste.

It is overwhelming to think about the number of devices consumed per person and that every decade, the population increases in large proportions. The current model of consumption and energy will not be able to sustain these figures, and the number of natural resources tends to depletion and scarcity as the years go by.

The industrial impact can be summarized as a chain reaction in which resources are exploited in an uncontrolled manner, generating an impact on the environment and on the populations living nearby, contaminating resources such as water and land. This leads to resource scarcity, pollution, increased carbon footprint and CO2 emissions. That is why it is important to control the sustainability of the integral process of technological development, from the procurement of raw materials to the final transport for installation.