Why we're eco-friendly

Who would have thought it? When you step into blue-infinity Geneva, not only the digital mindset is alive but the eco-friendly one, too. Find out how we're doing our bit to save energy and being accredited for it as well.

Our Geneva buildings have been renovated according to energy-saving norms, with windows, ventilation and lighting all eco-friendly.

Rest assured that for transport, we provide dedicated parking spaces for bicycles and promote an expense policy that favours public transportation. There's also shared parking to encourage car-pooling.

Our paper products include FSC certified paper and stationery, and recycling bins are provided for cardboard and PET bottles. Even though one could say that most of what we produce is digital!

We were accredited the éco21 certificate for dedication in 2015 to energy saving and CO2 saving. éco21, the Swiss body, aims to encourage all consumers (individuals, independent, real estate, government and large companies) to engage and support them in the realization of energy savings. Through targeted and complementary actions, it creates a multiplier effect within the entire community: a unique approach both in philosophy and in the precise identification of savings objectives and means used to achieve them. 

The éco21 objective is to contribute to the stabilisation of consumption of Swiss Cantons to ensure greater energy independence and avoid the pricing hazards of short-term electricity markets.


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About the author

Kirk Havelock

Kirk is a keen writer and part of blue-infinity's Marcom team, previously holding diverse roles with leading multinationals, and is originally from New Zealand.