- Through Fundación CEOE’s Sustainable Digitalization Campaign and the Collective Extended Producer Responsibility System (SCRAP), this equipment will be distributed to non-profits working for digital inclusion and IT accessibility
- The energy company is thus promoting the efficient and sustainable management of IT resources, known as “Green IT,” through the recycling, reuse and responsible management of computer equipment
- The devices will come from the company's offices in Madrid (950 devices), Campo de Gibraltar (200), Huelva (150) and Tenerife (150)
- Cepsa and its foundation participated in "Sustainable Digitalization. Working Together to Bridge the Digital Divide,” an event organized by Fundación CEOE to address topics related to sustainable digitalization, recycling and reuse of computer equipment
For its part, Fundación Cepsa has helped to identify the best organization to receive the company's donation of working devices, while those that cannot be reused will be recycled in an eco-friendly manner. Through this donation, Cepsa and its foundation are supporting non-profits, equipping them with the technology necessary to conduct their activities successfully while promoting the digital maturity of the entire social ecosystem. Beneficiaries of this initiative will include educational and training centers for minors and people at risk of exclusion as well as homes for the elderly.
Cepsa has joined the Sustainable Digitalization Campaign, promoted by Fundación CEOE and the Collective Extended Producer Responsibility System, a non-profit that brings together packaging companies. The event "Sustainable Digitalization. Working Together to Bridge the Digital Divide," organized by Fundación CEOE, was attended by Susana Zumel, CIO of Cepsa, Íñigo Díaz de Espada, vice-president of Fundación Cepsa, and Cristina Ortiz, director of Fundación Cepsa. Other participants included Fátima Báñez, president of Fundación CEOE and former minister of employment and social security, and Antonio Garamendi, president of the CEOE.
Susana Zumel, CIO of Cepsa, said: "Collaborating with different actors in the third sector is fundamental to generate a positive impact on society. For this reason, we decided to join Fundación CEOE's program and emphasize efficiency and sustainability to facilitate the work of non-profits, who will be able to use this equipment to improve their work with vulnerable groups."
This action is aligned with the company's Sustainability Plan to drive its 2030 strategy, Positive Motion, and generate a positive impact inside and outside the company. In particular, it reinforces Cepsa’s commitment to the circular economy by minimizing the environmental impact of the production of electronic devices and helping to preserve natural and strategic resources. The energy company is thus promoting the efficient and sustainable management of IT resources, known as “Green IT,” through the recycling, reuse and responsible management of computer equipment.