by Gilberto Moschonic
Since the recent COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, the Great of the Earth summit on the topic of climate change also sends input to Alto Savio. Bagno has a company in San Piero that has followed this event with particular attention. The great theme of the summit was to actually end net CO2 emissions by 2050, a theme that sees the company of the Ricci family – entrepreneurs passed from father to son since 1860 – with their Sermec for 30 years.
The company operates in the world of regeneration and has always promoted the circular economy: “Limiting CO2 emissions into the atmosphere has always been one of the objectives of Cermec’s work – the Ricci brothers, Alessandro, Giovanni, Stefano – add more. Contribution to this goal increases from year to year with the creation of a virtual forest composed of more than 200 thousand trees. No trees are planted in Sermec, but every year Sermec re-engineered its own re-engineered reconstruction of technical systems in the transportation sector. Contributes with the process. The reduction in CO2 emissions into the atmosphere would be equivalent to a forest of 200,000 trees”.
The Ricci brothers then underline: “The commitment is now to continue to innovate and grow the virtual jungle, driven by a continual search for new talent and a commitment to train our partners, who are always in the best of a company’s characteristics.” Boasts a unique experience of deep-rooted people”.
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