Promote artisans and merchants who implement concrete actions in favor of the environment through various themes (waste management, fluid discharge, energy management, transport, biodiversity, etc.): this is the objective of the eco-challenge labels that are delivered this Tuesday April 4th. 12 noon, in the halls of the Montescot Hotel, in Chartres.
Organized by the Center-Val de Loire Chamber of Trades and Crafts (CMA), this action, which began in July 2021, was broadcast locally by Chartres Métropole. Initially, 64 companies were prospected, 13 of them were certified, and even seven were awarded a “coup de coeur” for a particular commitment.
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“This action is part of the Territorial Air-Energy Climate Plan (PCAET) in the territory of Chartres Métropole”, recalled Florent Gauthier, Mayor of Lucé and Vice President of Chartres Métropole in charge of sustainable development, when presenting their prizes to the winners together with Michel Cibois, first vice-president of the CMA Centre-Val de Loire, representing Julien Chéron, president of the CMA of Eure-et-Loir, Fabien Gallou, elected member of the CMA of Eure-et-Loir, and Patrick Géroudet, councilor of Chartres, delegate for the promotion of the City.
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The laureates. Kevin Picol (Atelier Picol), Andrey Bouring (Divine & Bio), Palmyre Destouches (Saint-Maurice bakery), Catherine Schnoebelen (Schop editions), Virginie Petrault (So Naturel), Matthieu Viegas (Mattceramik), Jean-Luc Gallian (Atout Services 28), Olivier Choquet (La Coquarde), Aurélie Bernon (L’Atelier Gourmand), Sandrine Leconte (Ferme Sainte-Suzanne), Didier Hérisson (Crep’salads), Anne-Christelle Grondin (Qipao), Fabienne Loiseau (Gooseberry ) .