At Celsia, we have an innovative portfolio, focused on savings, the efficient use and conservation of natural resources as key elements to be responsible with the environment and committed to society.
GRI (3-3) All our projects and assets in operation apply good socio-environmental practices throughout their life cycle, which are governed by national and international standards, which define improvements for the efficient use of energy, the comprehensive management of residues or waste, the management of discharges and the control of atmospheric emissions. We give our best to grow together, increasing our competitiveness from the prevention, mitigation and compensation of impacts and the optimization of costs from a relationship of transparency and mutual respect with our Stakeholders.
Waste Management seeks to minimize its generation and close its life cycle, for which we have been implementing circular-economy principles that involve designing and manufacturing products that have a longer useful life and that can be redesigned, updated, repaired, reused, reconditioned or remanufactured, taking into account the prevention in the affectation of human health and pollution. With this, we ensure legal compliance and achieve better performance based on guidelines and responsibilities that must be applied by all within the framework of compliance with Environmental Policy.
Management of Other Emissions
During 2022, there were no mercury (Hg) emissions, due to the fact that the Bahía Las Minas Power Plant in Panama stopped generating energy with fossil fuel ( coal). The pollutants of PM, NOx and SOx that are emitted do not affect densely populated areas nor are they close to them.
We work to strengthen our entire supply chain with Circular-Economy Principles and Guidelines. In this sense, we advanced the following initiatives:
Currently in our summons, we integrate circularity criteria. The supplier must describe how it is directly involved in closing the life cycle of the good and its by-products in its production process, from the design of the goods to their use/final disposal, incorporating circular-economy guidelines.
Principal Results in 2022
GRI (3-3) We present the Eco-Efficiency results: