Acqua Lete

Sviluppo Sostenibile.

100% Clean Energy

Acqua Lete is the first company in Italy to use 100% GREEN ENERGY for all its needs.

We monitor very carefully how the life cycle of our product can affect the environment and have always been committed to developing standards of excellence to guide our company towards an appropriate relationship with the environment with an eye to sustainable growth.

As proof of this commitment, SGAM SPA was the first food and drink company in Italy to adopt 100% green energy, since 2004, for all its energy requirements, offsetting its energy consumption with RECS certificates (Renewable Electricity Certificate System), allowing it to thereby support the production of electrical energy from renewable sources such as the sun, wind and water. RECS certificates confirm that the energy used has been counterbalanced.
The partnership with Enel Energia was replaced in 2010 with a partnership with EON. By displaying the EON 100% clean energy mark on all our product packs, we are showing that we are a company that takes environmental protection very seriously, and are ready to take concrete action to safeguard our ecosystem and make consumers more aware, so that they become increasingly better informed and pay more attention to the environment.

100% Recyclable

The plastic bottles used as packaging for our waters are PET (polyethylene terephthalate), a noble material that is 100% recyclable, and whose safety, transparency and ease of use guarantees that the contents are optimally preserved and that the environment is protected at the same time.

In compliance with the Ronchi law, we are a member of the CONAI system (for the collection, selection and recycling of packaging materials), paying an environmental contribution for every pack used and put on the market in the country.


Cert. UNI EN ISO 14001:2004 EMS – 1765/S

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Cert. UNI EN ISO 14001:2004 AG/EMS 1765

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Dossier Ambientali

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Dich. Ambientale di Prodotto

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