The green, park-like character of the site makes High Tech Campus Eindhoven a pleasant working environment. This character also reflects the Campus’ focus on sustainable and environmentally-friendly business practice.
Since its establishment, High Tech Campus Eindhoven has been cooperating with environmental organisations, national authorities and other dedicated organisations to encourage sustainable and responsible behaviour.The Campus encourages the reduction of CO2 emissions by:
Alongside these initiatives of the park management, many of the Campus companies are working towards producing energy-efficient and environmentally-responsible products and production methods. The Campus also sponsors the nearby Environmental Education Centre (MEC) and the cows of our partner, Genneper Hoeve, can be found in the Dommel valley during spring and summer.
All High Tech Campus Eindhoven business units have adopted the following rules.
Prevent energy wastage by:
Use energy efficient transport where possible. Take advantage of the Campus bikes. High Tech Campus Eindhoven is a certified member of the Mobius sustainable mobility programme. The Campus community is encouraged to join! Let's work together to keep High Tech Campus Eindhoven beautiful and ensure sustainable development!
Prevention of soil contamination strategy:
All possible protection measures are taken to prevent soil contamination. In case of a spillage incident organizing and technical measures are in place to prevent soil contamination to expand. Incident reporting must be done immediately (+31 (0) 40 230 5444).
For High Tech Campus Eindhoven, the local competent authority (municipality of Eindhoven) provided an overall Environmental permit. All businesses at High Tech Campus Eindhoven have to work in accordance with this permit. A Cooperative association, called CVM is the permit holder. For environmental issues every resident has to deal with the CVM. Click here to read more about the CVM and the environment.