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Environmental protection

01/22/2018 - 11:14 AM

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a few figures for 2017

10,5 - GWh saved in Italy in 2017 thanks to targeted energy efficiency actions

+ 38% - the eco-efficiency index for Domestic, compared to 2016
+ 8,8% - the eco-efficiency index for TIM Brasil, compared to 2016
- 9% - the percentage of CO2 emissions thanks to energy efficiency actions concerning network infrastructure and the registered offices and streamlining of the car fleet
-43% - the percentage of water consumed thanks to targeted management and awareness-raising actions
-53% - the percentage of paper consumed  thanks to printing on demand
97% - the percentage of  total waste recycled by the Group

Our environment

The Environment stakeholder consists of future generations and their right to live in a world not compromised by the negative and collateral effects of development by previous generations.
The attention paid to the Environment is demonstrated by the demands expressed by
- national and international environmental organisations;
- national and supranational institutions;
- the community in general, particularly in the areas where TIM operates;
- industry associations and non-profit organisations dealing with issues relating to the environment. These include the following in particular: European Telecommunications Network Operators’ Association (ETNO), European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), CDP, International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
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MATERIAL THEMES
- Integration of measures to mitigate climate change in policies, strategies and operational processes
- Reduction of direct and indirect energy consumption
- Reduction of climate-altering emissions
- Compliance with environmental regulations
- Increase in the use of energy from renewable sources in the development of products and services

crisis management in tim

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TIM’s crisis management strategy unfolds across four stages, from preventing emergencies to reinstating normal business via crisis management planning and handling.

the principles of TIM's environmental strategy

The environmental strategy of the Group's companies is founded on the following principles:
optimising the use of energy sources and other natural resources;
constantly seeking to improve environmental performance by reducing negative impacts and increasing positive ones;
adopting procurement policies that take environmental issues into account;
disseminating a culture that promotes a correct approach to environmental issues.