Our ESG commitments

Our ESG goals

the event’s carbon footprint

the use of expendables

diversity and territories

The GL events group puts its ESG initiatives into practice at the BEPOSITIVE show

ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance)  is a central themeof our activities and of our company. The BEPOSITIVE show limits its environmental impact by implementing  dedicated action plans with  concrete results. We set out to reduce our carbon footprint, limit the use of expendables to maximize our circular economy, and to develop diversity and the local benefit from our events.

The ESG initiatives of the show

Our advertising and promotion are eco-friendly

  • All our advertising and promotional documents (brochures, flyers, layout maps, programmes, invitation cards, press kits, etc.) are printed on recycled paper
  • Many of our media targeting visitors are digital
  • Visitors’ badges are digital 
  • Roll-ups are collected by Ecopack Solutions and re-used to create Boomerang packages
  • Use of recyclable materials for small signage at the show


  • Integration of recyclable or reusable materials (wood, cardboard, etc.) in the design of stands and common spaces
  • Furniture re-use and rental for the event
  • Use of recyclable fitted carpets in some show spaces 


  • Encouragement to carpooling
  • Soft mode access to the exhibition centre: tramway

Waste sorting

  • Waste sorting during assembly, operation and dismantling and waste valorisation
  • Installation of waste sorting dustbins in the show aisles to sort visitors’ waste
  • Materials sorted are wood (partitions, flooring), cardboard, brochures and a big percentage of fitted carpet. Eurexpo gives customers a Sorting Guide 
  • For furnishing and fitting waste, we have a partnership with Valdelia, an environmentally-friendly organization approved by the French ministry for ecology, sustainable development and energy. Valdélia collects everything made from wood (partitions, flooring, etc.) as well as furnishing and fittings abandoned on the show after dismantling. They are removed in a specific container. 


  • Contract for the supply of green electricity 
  • LED lighting outside the centre and progressive change-over in the halls
  • Installation of presence detectors in hall sanitary facilities (in progress)
  • Visitor and exhibitor car parks are equipped with 24 electric vehicle recharging terminals 


All centre water meters are read twice a day to detect the smallest leaks and act at once 


Installation of 3 bee hives in the Eurexpo park


  • Elimination of plastic and use of renewable materials and eco-friendly compostable containers, dishes and packaging by on-site caterers
  • Recyclable place mats in Eurexpo restaurants
  • Sorting of cardboards, plastic, glass, recovery of plastic stoppers
  • Procurement of organic produce from local sources in season
  • Recovery of unsold goods by the association “Le Chaînon Manquant” to fight food waste
  • Management of organic waste in all Eurexpo restaurants
  • Recovery of edible oils by Bioval’huiles
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