Sacyr receives the dual 'Calculo-Reduzco' seal for the second consecutive year after cutting its carbon emissions by 12.6%

This seal, awarded to Sacyr by the Spanish Ministry for Ecological Transition, reflects the company’s efforts and commitment to the battle against climate change.


Sacyr has picked up its second “Calculo-Reduzco” (Calculate-Reduce) seal, a distinction granted by the Spanish Climate Change Office (OECC) of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge, for reducing its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in its activities in Spain.

Sacyr managed to reduce its CO2 emissions by 12.63%, in intensity terms, for scopes 1+2 in the three-year period 2017-2019 compared to 2016-2018. 

The “Calculo-Reduzco” seal is granted to organizations that calculate and record their carbon footprint for a minimum of four years, have a plan to reduce their GHG emissions, and bring this reduction commitment to fruition, with validation by the Ministry.  

A firm commitment

Sacyr, committed to combating climate change, considers management of CO2 to be a priority action within its organization. Reducing emissions offers significant opportunities for growth, development and competitiveness for the multinational’s companies, and contributes to improving the environment in which it operates.

Investors, customers, society and all stakeholders in general call for and value organizations that are committed to environmental sustainability and proactive in it. 

Receiving our second “Reduzco” (Reduce) seal recognizes the efforts made and strengthens our contribution to attaining the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, within the challenge of Agenda 2030, including SDG 13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. 

This achievement adds to the important work Sacyr has been doing in recent years in the field of sustainability, analyzing all the aspects in which the impact of its activity can improve in a positive way.

The “Calculo-Reduzco” seal includes all Sacyr's activities in Spain and can be consulted at the Ministry for Ecological Transition’s web address: 

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