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Tackling climate change is one of today's great challenges. The EU aims at reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80-95 % by 2050 compared to 1990 levels.
These targets are achieved through compliance with environmental policies incorporated into national and European law and by strengthening the procedures for measuring, controlling and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Measuring greenhouse gas emissions

EYDAP, acting with a sense of corporate responsibility, records its greenhouse gas emissions from 2019.The reliability of the measurements is certified through external validation.The Company is environmentally responsible and aims to reduce its carbon footprint. 

Annual Emmitions

SCOPE I:  direct greenhouse gas emmisions                         113.185,69 tCO2e

Intensity SCOPE I:  313,739 tCO2e


SCOPE II:  indirect greenhouse gas emissions                     102.494,6  tCO2e

Intensity SCOPE II :    284,104  tCO2e


SCOPE I:   other indirect greenhouse gas emissions          11.713,62   tCO2e

Intensity SCOPE IIΙ:    32,469  tCO2e

Addressing Climate Change through:

  • Formulating the Strategy to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon footprint
  • Energy conservation - reducing greenhouse gas emissions
  • Estimation of emissions of air pollutants that have a direct impact on climate change (greenhouse effect) in new studies.
  • Selection of materials and machinery with modern environmental standards
  • Studies to protect new infrastructure from extreme events, such as flooding, as a result of the increase in average atmospheric temperature, to counteract the negative effects of climate change
  • Electric vehicles - Gradual replacement of part of EYDAP's fleet with electric vehicles
  • Transition plan to low carbon emission systems
  • Renewable energy : PV Plants and Hydroelectric plants at EYDAP facilities
  • Energy upgrading of buildings and facilities
Energy saving

Given that energy affects both the cost of production and service delivery, as well as the environmental footprint, EYDAP has made energy saving one of the central pillars of its strategy.

The Company continuously records, evaluates and adapts its processes and monitors current developments and best practices.

In the context of the exploitation of renewable and alternative energy sources, EYDAP has developed:

  • Small hydroelectric power plants (SHPs) installed in its aqueducts and at the WWTP of Psyttalia
  • Combined heat and power plants, utilizing biogas produced from sludge treatment in Wastewater Treatment Plants
  • Photovoltaic station at the facilities of the Acharnai WTP

Circular Economy
  • Exploitation of biogas produced in Wastewater Treatment Plants for the production of electricity and thermal energy.
  • Exploitation of hydraulic energy along aqueducts by converting it into electricity with small hydroelectric power stations.
  • Investments in the electromechanical systems of EYDAP for more efficient operation and therefore lower energy consumption.
  • Upgrading processes in Water Treatment Plants to reduce the consumption of water used for treatment.
  • Collection of the sludge produced during the treatment of the untreated water in the Water Treatment Plants, by licensed companies, for further use as a soil improver for various crops, for the cement industry and the ceramics industry
  • Drying of dehydrated sludge produced during the treatment of waste water and its full utilization by the cement industry as an alternative fuel
  • Re-use of recovered water by direct pumping from the sewerage network (Sewer Mining)
  • Recycling of paper
  • Recycling of batteries

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