Gattai, Minoli, Partners obtains the ISO 14064 “Carbon Footprint” certification for the Milan and Rome offices

Gattai, Minoli, Partners has successfully completed the process to obtain the ISO 14064 “Carbon Footprint” certification for its Milan and Rome offices.

The certification was issued by Kiwa Italia and validated the Firm’s internal procedures aimed at regulating gas emissions in its premises through the adoption of measures that have a positive impact on the environment.
Kiwa Italia is one of the top 10 global leaders in Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC). Kiwa’s goal is to ensure Quality, Trust and Progress to customers by offering a customized service at 360 degrees.
For the obtainment of the certification, the Firm was assisted by Capponi Consulting S.r.l..

In the coming months, the Firm’s Committee for Environmental Sustainability, which includes partners Duccio Regoli and Nicola Brunetti, will evaluate a series of offsetting measures aimed at eliminating the emissions produced, thus achieving “net zero” and contributing responsibly to waste prevention and to the achievement of the objectives on climate change set forth by the United Nations in the 2030 Agenda for Substainable Development.

This certification represents the first step in the firm’s broader ESG strategy and is consistent with its goal of becoming an active and responsible player in the evolving process towards increasingly important environmental, social and governance standards.

“We are very pleased with this milestone – said Bruno Gattai, Managing Partner of Gattai, Minoli, Partners – which testifies and certifies our focus and commitment to environmental responsibility, a theme that is part of the broader strategy of ESG identity that we are pursuing and implementing.”

“We are working to become more and more – concluded Bruno Gattai – a professional association that puts sustainability in the first place, in all its aspects from the workplace to our professionals and staff, also through a policy of active responsibility that supports change.”