This website join Zero Impact Web Project.

The Internet has already done a lot to reduce CO2 emissions: it connects us to the world, saves us time, energy and resources.
But, however useful it may be, the Web also consumes energy: it is estimated that Information Technology is responsible for 2% of Europe’s CO2 emissions, with some seven million data-processing centres and 40 billion kWh consumed annually.

That's why Opificio V decided to join Zero Impact Web project.

Emissions of your visits will be compensate by contributing to the creation and protection of growing forestsI.
t’s a small action that can yield major results, if it is repeated by many Internet users. It not only does the environment good; it creates awareness.

Emissions of are compensated with the creations and protection of growing forest in Costa Rica.