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The Maire Tecnimont Group considers environmental responsibility as a key factor in support of sustainability and closely connected to the ability of a business to create added and sustainable value.


In an era when environmental issues are increasing world resonance and visibility and the people is everyday more conscious about the pollution damages, Maire Tecnimont Group shows its efforts to help the green economy, creating business and value by using recycled plastic waste to produce polymers.

This is what the Myreplast Industries plant, a NextChem’s subsidiary, does guaranteeing about 95% of recycling process, moving on from words to actions.

The ISO 14001 certifies that Maire Tecnimont Group Environmental Policy is well suited to all subsidiaries and activities relevant to home office and construction sites, performing detailed analysis to evaluate the significance of working activities that influence the environment, negatively impacting through the consumption of energy, harmful atmospheric emissions, spills on soil and water, waste production, resource depletion and damage to flora and fauna. The results of such analysis define specific action plans to continuously mitigate impacts connected to the home office and construction activities. 

The activation of “Smart Working” for the Italian companies, represent an important environment improvement helping in reducing of traffic with its associated impacts like noise, CO2 and particulate emissions.

Group’s Environmental policy is also defined by engineering phase which is an opportunity to propose technological modifications which can result in energy saving and cleaner emissions, leading to environmental and economic benefits for the customer, stakeholders and the whole community. 


We are increasingly committed to a green economy, firmly believing in respect and protection of the environment. In February 2019, our environmental sustainability policies and actions against climate change made us obtain the rating “B” by the Carbon Disclosure Project, the international non-profit organization specialized in the assessment and measurement of the performance and strategies of the main international GROUPS.

In 2019, the energy intensity indicator reduced on 2018 for Group home offices while for construction sites slightly increased. Generally, the energy intensity indicator remains substantially unchanged over the last three years of observation, with oscillation in consumption of 2-3% for construction sites. 



(kJ/WORKED MAN-HOURS) 2017 2018 2019
Headquarters 12,451 11,048 10,253
Construction Sites 25,911 23,849 24,437

(*) The Group’s energy intensity factors are calculated using both direct and indirect energy consumption as a numerator and man-hours worked as a denominator.



(Tons) 2017 2018 2019
Recycling 52.51 110.51 130.85
Total of Waste Produced 53.13 111.72 133.03



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GHG emission intensity

kg CO2/man-hours worked

Scope 1 emission

Tons of CO2 eq.

 Scope 2 emission

Tons of CO2 eq.

Year HQs

Construction Sites

HQs Construction Sites Total HQs Construction Sites Total
2017 154 195 812 164,137 164,949 10,437 7,826 18,299
2018 135 184 814 221,262 222,076 9,256 22,331 31,587
2019 130 198 501 168,643 169,144 10,089 39,700 49,789
Last update: 16/04/2021 17:15