The EDEN program

On May 6, 2011, TLR signed the CO2 charter in conjunction with Ademe, committing the company to significant progress related to CO2 emissions. This commitment was renewed on December 8, 2014.

For several years now, TLR has been extremely committed to reducing its co2 emissions.

Sustainable development and safety

With the EDEN program, TLR and its teams take sustainable development and safety a step further by putting into place a program of excellence. This program makes it easy for everyone to learn new behaviors and be held accountable for their actions as well as reinforcing the company’s culture of sustainable development.

This initiative has two goals:

  • continuous improvement of TLR’s practices in sustainable development and safety,
  • environmental protection for the benefit of humans, whether that be a third party or a TLR employee.

The success of the EDEN program relies on technological evolution and the adoption of new habits by everyone on a daily basis.

This program is structured around four major axes:

  • voluntary eco-responsibility,
  • eco-efficient investments,
  • systematic sorting and recycling,
  • constant training and mobilization.

A few facts

More than € 8.5 million

invested in the latest road technology since 2012

2 full-time internal instructors

and an annual training program accompanied by the manufacturer of our vehicles (VOLVO) for the development of good driving

More than 80%

of vehicles comply with EURO 5, EURO 5 EEV and EURO 6 standards

400 tonnes of carbon dioxide

saved in 2013 (compared to 2012), equal to the production of 22,300 trees in growth phase

20,000 trees

will be replanted as part of the FLO-PALLETS program (10 pallets for the planet) by the members of the Group FLO

235 employees

involved in TLR’s EDEN program

120 tons

of OIW paper (ordinary industrial waste) and recycled cardboard

Results obtained in 25 years thanks to the EURO6 standard

  • 36 times less NOx (nitrogen oxides),
  • 7.4 times less CO (carbon monoxides),
  • 18.5 times less HC (Hydrocarbons),
  • 40 times less fine particles.

European standards for emissions 1993-2013:

PM=Particulate Matter / NOx=Nitrogen oxides