Eturnity is committed to the environment

Looking beyond work to the environment

At Eturnity, we are working together on a mission to do our part for the transition to renewable energy. However, we also work on something else – namely, minimizing our footprint as a team.
That’s why at Eturnity, we adhere to mutually agreed upon guidelines in our daily work:

This is what we pay attention to in the team

Beyond work


I try to avoid plastic and like to go shopping “unpacked”. I also don’t own a car and cook seasonal, vegetarian, and regional food.

Bettina Enser, Head of marketing

I pay attention to regionality in purchasing as well as traveling. I am also a member of Greenpeace.

Anita Roth, HR / Business Administration

I charge my e-car with electricity from hydropower. I don’t eat beef and make sure I eat seasonal food. I only eat fruits and vegetables from my region.

Severin Müller, Customer consultant Northeast Switzerland

I entrust my savings to a bank that is committed to sustainable investment. Whenever possible, I travel by public transport and try to reduce my meat consumption as much as possible.

Roger Sutter, Head of Sales & Marketing

Tackling to make a contribution

We not only use our monthly Team Day for further training and team building, we also get active in environmental projects. For example, we supported the team of the landscape concept Neckertal in cleaning up cuttings in the forest. This gives native plants space again to grow and promotes biodiversity in our forests.

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