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Memory Social Responsibility 2005-2006 EROSKI FOUNDATION

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5.2 Our environmental behaviour

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5.2.1 Climate change

Our most significant contribution to climate change is due to energy consumption and, to a lesser extent, leaks of cooling gases and fuel at petrol stations.

Our commitment to the environment, health and solidarity is also applied throughout the entire value chain: consumers, customers and suppliers.

As far as electricity consumption is concerned, it can be said that this is most intensive in hypermarkets. Its monitoring at the Artea hypermarket allows for extrapolation and thus for the calculation of the total consumption of all hypermarkets. These last two years have seen an increase on the sales floor in the aim of providing greater comfort to customers.

As far as the contribution from logistics activities, this is comprehensively covered in this chapter's section on our climate change commitment.

Electricity consumption and climate change in hypermarkets
2005 2006 Variación 2006
Electricity consumption (kW)* 178.158.481 199.101.601 +3,95%

*Assuming that 1 KW = 0.0036 GJ.

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