Climate & Environment

The OTE Group realizes fully that, though low, there are environmental impacts associated with Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) activities. At the same time, ICT products and services offer a number of opportunities for supporting sustainable development in many activities and sectors.

In this context, the objectives of the Environmental Strategy of OTE Group are:

  • The minimization of the environmental impacts from its activities.
  • The development and provision of products and services that enable environmental protection, and increases in productivity in other sectors of economic activity.
  • The raising of its stakeholders' awareness on acting more responsibly on the issue of environmental protection.
To achieve these objectives, our Group:
  • Implements energy conservation measures.
  • Strives to increase the utilization of Renewable Energy Sources.
  • Integrates the principles of circular economy into its activities by addressing reuse and recycling across its value chain, and by expanding the lifetime and overall utilization of the equipment provided to customers.
  • Develops specialized ICT products and services that meet customers' needs while contributing to environmental protection.
  • Ensures that the levels of electromagnetic fields of base stations comply with the public exposure safety limits.
  • Conforms with the eco-design requirements applicable to the equipment provided.
  • Secures high ratings by international sustainability and SRI analysts, and participate in national and international award events that evaluate good practices.
Aiming at effective environmental management along the entire value chain, all telecom companies of our Group implement, in the context of the Integrated Management System, Environmental Management Systems (EMS) certified according to ISO 14001 standard. The systems share similar structure, approach and policy in which the commitment of our companies to environmental protection is stated.



 

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