We are particularly aware of our responsibility for the impact of our company on society.
As such, CPIGLOBAL was concerned very early on integrating social and environmental aspects into the management of our business operations, taking into account all the parties concerned (employees, customers, partners, etc.).
This approach is reflected:
- in our ethical approach, as evidenced by our SMETA certification.
- in the economic management of our company (evolution of production sites, acquisitions..),
- in our environmental management.
- This certification was accompanied by a strong awareness of environmental issues among our teams. It all started with an internal dialogue around the film Home in advance of our certification work, so that everyone could understand the stakes.
We apply a precautionary principle to environmental problems.
We must also advance our subcontractors and partners along the same path, especially those for whom size and/or culture have led to less sensitivity to environmental problems.
- We have taken into account in previous years a greater responsibility for the environment through obtaining ECOPOPAI certifications.
- In line with the approaches of some of our customers, we promote environmentally friendly technologies.
Our experience allows us to highlight our experiences showing the virtuous circle of using more respectful materials (the cost of which gradually aligns with that of less environmentally friendly materials).
In digital matters, CPIGLOBAL works with PAPREC D3E for the recovery and recycling of its electrical and electronic equipment and more precisely with its site in Corbeil-Essonnes (91). The process consists in the recovery of waste and their disposal on specialized site. Then comes the separation step carried out according to the size and type of WEEE.
Specialized staff are in charge of dismantling and cleaning up these equipment. Once separated, a part is introduced into a Smasher. This machine is responsible for effectively dismantling WEEE without grinding them while improving recovery by 20 -30%. Finally, a final fine sorting operation is carried out at the output of the machine to extract fragments of electrical and electronic waste likely to be recovered (stainless steel, scrap metal, armature, etc.).