Resilient

Resilient plant governance and management to protect an essential asset for life.

377,3 mln
For the quality of treated water and the sewer system
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Closing the circle

Taking urgent measures to combat climate change and its consequences.

The current situation

In the last century the demand for resources such as minerals, metals, fossil fuels and biomass has considerably increased. Between 1900 and 2015, growth in world demand increased 12 times. This trend needs to be reversed through the adoption of circular economy strategies.

48,5 mln
Investment for the five-year period 2021-2025

For the reduction of sludge disposed in landfills, in favour of alternative systems involving the recovery of material

Less CO2 emissions

We want to reduce emissions and redefine the inflows and outflows of the group's activities to recover as much material and energy as possible.

26.800 TONS CO2 IN 2018

-12% CO2 IN 2022

-27% CO2 IN 2027

-40% CO2 IN 2033

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Protecting the resource

Protecting, restoring and promoting sustainable use of the ecosystem.

The current situation

Efforts must be made to reduce leaks and avoid physical/chemical alterations in water. 6 million litres of water are dispersed in the water network every minute in Italy. In addition, 67% of surface water and 33.5% of groundwater contained pesticides in 2016. Only 36% of rivers had an ecological state of good quality in Lombardy in 2018.

75 mln
Investment for the five-year period 2021-2025

For water leak reduction

100,2 mln
Investment for the five-year period 2021-2025

For improving the quality of treated water

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Resilient cities 

Making cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, durable and sustainable.

The current situation

More than 50% of the world’s population lives in cities: in terms of area, this represents 2% of the planet. There are 12,405 square kilometres of high hydraulic risk areas in Italy, 91% of Italian municipalities were declared at risk of hydrogeological disruption in 2017 and 600,000 companies exposed to flood hazard.

159,7 mln
Investment for the five-year period 2021-2025

For ensuring the adequacy of the sewer system