Sustainability, Prato district puts itself to the test with Anter survey




A campaign aimed at probing the current commitment of companies in the Prato district on the issue of sustainability. Already more than 30 companies have joined the survey promoted by Anter, the national association for the protection of renewable energies based in the woolen city. A project that starts in Prato but aims to involve all Italian municipalities. The goal of the campaign is also to look beyond, identifying sensitivities, objectives and needs of Prato's companies on green issues.

A path carried out alongside the Municipality of Prato to which the results of the survey will be delivered in the coming weeks, with the idea of using them in view of the dialogue with the European Union: Prato is in fact one of the hundred cities in Europe participating in the mission of 'Smart Cities with Zero Climate Impact by 2030. "Prato, like the whole of Europe, has a great challenge ahead of it," explains Anter's managing director Lohengrin Becagli, "and our district can once again demonstrate its ability to be ahead of the times by providing ideas, projects and solutions to hit the target of zero climate impact by 2030.
Among the local businesses that have joined are Corertex, the textile reuse and recycling consortium that will submit survey questions to all member companies, TT Tecnosistemi, Nwg, Gemar&Figli and Euroclothing. "We are working alongside Anter in publicizing the project to as many companies as possible," comments Prato Mayor Matteo Biffoni, "and we will then be delighted to find out the results and be able to use them with a view to climate neutrality."


To join the questionnaire, carried out in collaboration with Reteclima, there is time until mid-October. It includes 26 questions covering company numbers, certifications, sustainable models adopted, attention to employees and responsible consumption. Not to mention any commitment on training and drafting a sustainability budget or report.


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