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#Focu5on: five things you didn’t know about Lamborghini environmental sustainability

Sant’Agata Bolognese, June 28, 2021 – Lamborghini’s environmental policy is an integral part of its business strategy, based on a holistic vision and comprehensive approach encompassing the products, the Sant’Agata Bolognese site, production lines and offices. The production site covers an area of 160,000 square meters, and in 2015, it obtained CO2 neutral certification, which was maintained even after its size was doubled in recent years. The “Direzione Cor Tauri” plan, named after the brightest star in the constellation of Taurus that symbolizes the House of Sant’ Agata, will lead to the decarbonization of future Lamborghini models and the production site, while always remaining faithful to the brand’s values and DNA.

The environmental sustainability program started by Lamborghini in 2009 has given rise to numerous projects and led to important results.

1. Approximately 330 tons of CO2 absorbed by the Lamborghini Park since 2011

The Lamborghini Park in Sant’Agata Bolognese was developed in 2011 in collaboration with the municipality of Sant’Agata Bolognese and the universities of Bologna, Bolzano and Munich, with 10,000 oak trees planted.

2. Annual reduction of 2,000 tons of CO2 thanks to a 14,600-square meter photovoltaic system, the largest in Emilia-Romagna

The installation covers an area of 14,600 square meters and is the largest integrated photovoltaic system in the industrial sector in Emilia-Romagna. With 2.2 MW of power, it produces an average of 2,500,000 kWh of electricity per year, which is equivalent to the annual consumption of 530 apartments measuring approximately 100 square meters.

3. A population of 600,000 bees and production of 430 kg of honey

Since 2016, the Lamborghini Park in Sant’Agata Bolognese has carried out environmental biomonitoring activity, which included the installation of an apiary composed of thirteen hives, with a total population of some 600,000 bees, of which 120,000 forage in the territory. Analysis of honey, wax and the bees themselves allows detection of environmental pollutants and is instrumental in controlling pollution in the environment surrounding Lamborghini’s production plant and the inhabited area of Sant’Agata Bolognese. In Automobili Lamborghini’s environmental biomonitoring station, three of the thirteen hives in the apiary are dedicated to producing honey.

4. 56% of waste materials sent for recovery in 2020

In 2020, Lamborghini initiated the recovery of 56% of all the special waste produced by the production activity, thus preventing these materials from being sent to landfill or other disposal processes. In addition, during the year the company launched two circular economy projects that have allowed it to give a second life to certain production waste materials that, instead of being disposed of, are exploited to become new resources with benefits for the environment and society.

The process waste is also used internally to create by-products such as souvenirs for customers and guests during events organized by Lamborghini.

5. District heating system capable of heating the equivalent of 156 apartments of 100 square meters each year

Automobili Lamborghini is the first company in Italy in the automotive sector to have a district heating system, which annually supplies 2,500,000 kWh of thermal energy, which is equivalent to the annual energy requirements to heat 156 apartments measuring 100 square meters. This system supplies hot water from a biogas-powered cogeneration plant located in Nonantola (about 6 km away). Here, the thermal energy supplied is used for air-conditioning in the production departments and offices.

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Jun 28, 2021 at 23:47


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