We take care to make accessible regulations favorable to the protection of people and resources.

Impact studies, measurement of greenhouse gas emissions, sustainable management of resources, measurement of emissions in water, air and noise, vibration or light pollution, improvement of the energy efficiency of installations, management of polluted sites and soils, support for transitions towards the deployment of sustainable mobility, etc.: all of this expertise enables our customers to identify their challenges and risks, whether chronic or accidental, in order to take the appropriate decisions for the preservation of the environment both locally and globally.

We share this responsibility with our customers. We make firm commitments on our own CO2 emissions. For example, our Zero Paper policy has saved 17 tonnes of paper, or 3 hectares of forests. Multiple projects support employees in preserving ecosystems, such as setting up beehives in several agencies and at the head office or even providing electric bicycles for respectful and sustainable mobility. We will go further, each year, by capitalizing on best practices and drawing on the innovation capacities of our employees. We must go further in our social and environmental responsibility, I hope so and we are working on it. 

In short, we act in the long term, on a local or global scale, so that the control of today’s risks makes it possible to protect the resources of tomorrow, whether they are environmental, societal or economic.

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