CEEP-CSR Label

Click here to take the online self-assessment tool and apply for the CEEP-CSR Label! 

CEEP-CSR LABEL 2016 – A NEW START

CEEP launched today (21 December 2015) the 2016 edition of the CEEP-CSR Label. All providers of public services can apply for the Label, which aims at awarding enterprises and organisations providing Services of General Interest with outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility commitments. The Label is a tool for those awarded to benchmark their actions in CSR and compare them with those of other providers in Europe.

Applicants will go through a 3-stage process:

1.           Online self-assessment tool;

2.           Evaluation of the application by external experts, based on additional information sent by applicants who successfully passed the first stage;

3.           Selection of the awarded enterprises by an independent jury and awarding process.

“Providers and employers of public services and SGIs do more than just fulfil their duties. The CEEP CSR Label is a token of the strong and positive impact that they can also have on the social and environmental aspects of society” explained Valeria Ronzitti, CEEP General Secretary.

Since 2008, more than 100 enterprises have been awarded. The CEEP-CSR Label has contributed to raising their corporate image, also increasing their chances in tendering processes.

During the last edition of 2014, 74 enterprises completed the online self-assessment and 24 received  the CEEP-CSR Label during an Awarding Ceremony held in October 2014.

 

Congratulations to all of the 2014 awarded of the CEEP-CSR Label!

  

Today in Milan, 24 public services providers were awarded the CEEP-CSR Label for their groundbreaking CSR commitments and practices. “This label is a demonstration that those public services’ providers do more than fulfilling their services. They are particularly efficient and effective when it comes to positively impacting the social and environmental aspects of society”, explained CEEP General Secretary, Valeria Ronzitti.

 This year, 74 enterprises started the evaluation with an online self-assessment tool. Experts from Berenschot ranked the enterprises that succeeded the self-assessment, based on criteria derived from international indications such as environment, social impact, staff or relation with external stakeholders.

Since 2008, the CEEP-CSR Label has contributed to raising the corporate image of the awarded enterprises and increasing their chances in tendering processes. Since its creation, more than 100 enterprises have received this recognition after a thorough evaluation process.

The awarded enterprises are:

Germany:

  • Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG)
  • Berliner Stadtreinigung (BSR)
  • Entsorgung Dortmund GmbH (EDG)
  • Die Stadtreiniger – Stadt Würzburg

France:

  • Ciliopée
  • Nantes-Gestion Equipement (NGE)
  • Perfect Union
  • SEMAEST
  • SEQUANO Amènagement
  • SERL
  • SIC – Société d’immobilière de la Nouvelle Calédonie
  • SIDR
  • SODEGIS

Italy:

  • A2A
  • ACEA SpA
  • AIMAG
  • Ambiente Servizi
  • CAP Holding
  • Gruppo HERA

Portugal:

  • APS – Administração dos Portos de Sines e do Algarve
  • GEBALIS

Sweden:

  • Fyrishov AB
  • Stockholm Vatten

United Kingdom:

  • Scape Group
 

NEWS

More information on the application?
Explanation of the methodology

Publications to disseminate:  
Best CSR Practices in Public Services 2014