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Objectives and performance

Objectives and performance
What we said we would do...What we have done...
Implement the regular production of reports on the use of the waste collected separately and disseminate them more widely.In October 2011, the 2nd edition of “Tracking waste” was published. The contents of the report were extended and checked by an outside body. The report was released to all the families in the local area served
Deliver the “rifiutologo” (“wasteologist”), i.e. an information guide on the separate collection of municipal waste, and a folder on equipped drop-off points and the collection of oversize waste to all citizens.The “wasteologist” was distributed to all the citizens in the local area served together with an informative brochure on the drop-off points and the “Tracking waste” report.
Give continuity to environmental education activities in schools.The students involved in environmental education initiatives rose from 41,306 in 2010 to 52,017 in 2011.
Improve the sections of the website dedicated to the quality of drinking water and separate waste collection.In 2011, a new section of the website was created with information on drinking water and the management of the water service. The section dedicated to separate waste collection was improved with the publication of the on-line wasteologist.
Extend the CiboAmico (donation of unused food to charitable associations within the local areas) initiative to the Ferrara and Ravenna canteens.During 2011, CiboAmico was extended to the Ferrara company canteen: more than 9 thousand meals in total were recouped in 5 Hera canteens and donated to 7 non-profit making organisations in the local area.
Extend the “VolontariHeraper” initiative to promote company volunteers to all areas.In November, the “VolontariHeraPer” initiative was extended to all the local areas: 70 workers took part in the National Food Collection Day.
Start construction of a renewable energy laboratory in Forlì.In November 2011, work started on the creation of the renewable energies laboratory.
We shall...
  • Implement the regular production of reports on the use of the waste collected separately and make the contents more extensive along with the sphere of the external audit.
  • Give continuity to environmental education activities in schools.
  • Promote additional corporate voluntary ventures throughout the local area via the “VolontariHeraPer” project.
  • Complete construction of the renewable energies laboratory in Forlì.
  • Complete the tour of the Rimini waste-to-energy plant and create the tour of the Ravenna sludge dehydration plant.