RaySafe compensates for CO2 emissions from personal air travels and transportation of goods. In 2020 we compensate for 784 tons of CO2 (2019 emission). This year we support United Nations Clean Development Mechanism Project 10122. The project activity involves the installation of 6 MW solar photovoltaic technology based power plant at Kolanupaka, Telangana.
The project is approved by United Nations Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and Gold Standard, who we trust in terms of CO2 measurements and environmental concern.
RaySafe uses electricity produced from renewable energy sources since 2012.
“We want to act in a way that, if everyone acts the same, results in a sustainable world.
We integrate environmental thinking in all our activities and allow it to spread through the whole organization.
We define environmental targets, aligned with applicable legislation, and improve and tighten them continuously.
We communicate our environmental work to all concerned.”