Enviroment

Zdjęcie panoramiczne wiatraka energetycznego.

We are aware of our responsibility. We can't as an industry just kind of work and build like we've been doing for hundreds of years.

Bartosz Wiśniewski, Director of OHS Division

What to find in the
enviroment section

Climate

We know that we need to act.

We are aware of the extremely important role of construction in the anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere. It is estimated that the sector accounts for almost 40% of all greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere. Having a sense of responsibility and following a sustainable way of conducting our business, we continue and develop actions that reduce the rate of negative climate change. We have competence in designing and creating green plants, mainly photovoltaic farms and wind farms, as well as in modular wooden construction or buildings meeting the conditions of BREEAM and LEED certification.

40% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2040

40 %

Panoramiczne ujęcie wiatraków energetycznych.

10% reduction in energy consumption 

10 %

Panoramiczne ujęcie wiatraków energetycznych.

Achieving climate neutrality by 2050

2050

Panoramiczne ujęcie fotowoltaicznych.

Manufacturing approx. 100 thousand m2 area of modules per year by 2026  

100000

Ujęcie budynku.

We are a leader in the implementation of the energy transition process in the construction sector in Poland and Central and Eastern Europe. Our Climate Policy for 2020–2050 identifies minimizing the carbon footprint as one of the most important strategic elements of our operations.

Emissions

We take systematic actions to raise employees’ awareness of saving electricity in offices and on construction sites, driving economically, encouraging optimization of employees’ commuting and developing various forms of activity on construction sites. The best example is the construction carried out by the ONDE Road Construction Division in Koszalin, which launched a pioneering photovoltaic system installed on the roof of welfare cabins in 2022. 20 modules with a total power output of 10 kWp supply power to the site back-up facilities for the Voivodeship Road 152 construction.

According to the objectives included in the ERBUD SA Climate Policy, greenhouse gas emissions of the ERBUD Group will decrease by 2030 by 30% for Scope 1 and by 40% for Scope 2 compared to the base year 2020. The direct emission values, when compared to the Group revenues, already show a 12.24% decrease in emissions per unit of revenue, and a decrease by as much as 34.35% compared to the base year, which confirms the effective actions of the ERBUD Group related to the optimization of the use of own equipment resources.

Circular economy

We know that proper materials and waste management have a real impact on the amount of generated waste and thus on the level of environmental impact. Waste in our Group is generated as a result of construction works. We are planning and acting to prevent or reduce waste in the first place.

Zdjęcie budynku.

The circular economy in the ERBUD Group is most strongly supported by the MOD21 company specializing in the construction of wooden modules. Wood is one of the most ecological building materials. With a sound resource management policy, it is fully renewable. The material we obtain comes from certified plantations where new trees are planted in place of felled trees.