A voluntary (solicited) path, which can be accessed only by companies that produce a Sustainability Report prepared according to GRI international standards. The Sustainability Rating, or ESG Rating, succinctly measures a company's ability to manage environmental issues such as carbon emissions and attention to natural capital, social issues such as welfare and respect for diversity among employees, governance issues such as ethics and transparency, and finally the distribution of the economic value generated.
With reference to the year 2020, Acque Bresciane obtained a score of 73.1 points, moving from class BBB to class A compared to the previous year. A result that, by placing the company among the best companies dealing with water service, testifies to its continuous path of improvement.
In particular, in the environmental sphere, considerable progress has been achieved in the field of decarbonization, with the purchase of energy from renewable sources and offsetting actions, as well as in leakage management and energy efficiency.
In the social sphere, by adhering to the Utilitalia Covenant and the Sodalitas Foundation's Charter for Equal Opportunity and Equality, the company has committed to adopting policies aimed at reducing gender inequality and promoting ever greater inclusion.
The rating was given by theCerved Rating Agency, among the most authoritative in the industry and a leader in Europe in terms of the number of non-financial corporate credit ratings assigned.