Val d'Isère, the environment is at the heart of our concerns
The environment is at the heart of our concerns
Val d’Isère Téléphériques is committed to the environment and has put in place a number of measures to look after and protect the natural setting in which it operates. Company policy details specific action plans to be carried out for each aspect of the environment including: soil, waste management, energy, water, wildlife, plantlife and landscapes.
Key dates in the history of Val d’Isère Téléphériques ski lift company
The company makes a commitment to offering quality customer service.
Receives ISO 9001 certification.
Obtains ISO 14001 certification, confirming its commitment to environmental protection.
Employee safety is a top priority with the receipt of OHSAS18001 certification.
The company receives ISO 50001 certification in recognition of its work on energy management and saving.
Val d’Isère Téléphériques ski lift company decides to combine all of its commitments into one RSE (Social and Environmental Responsibility) pledge, validated by Green Globe certification.
What is Green Globe certification?
It’s the only official label for sustainable development and social responsibility awarded to businesses in the tourist industry, and applies across the entire sector.
Val d'Isère - Tignes, the largest ski area in the world to receive certification
For winter 2017/2018, discover our pledges for the ski area!
Respect for local architecture
Our ski lift cabins are built respecting the spirit of the village
The Lounge roof is covered in vegetation in summer to better blend into the landscape
Reducing the number of pylons
By 2022, 100 pylons will have been removed from the Val d’Isère ski resort
Making snow responsibly
There are no additives in our snow, only water, air and cold
Reducing water consumption
We are investing in the best energy efficient equipment available
1kWh of energy consumed = 1kWh of energy produced
Respect for wildlife and plantlife
For every tree cut down 5 are planted
Our ski lift cables have been made more visible to avoid bird collisions