Commitment to the environment
Kappa FuturFestival pays great attention to the environment and to sustainability and it operates on three directions to minimize its impact.
KFF’s equipment complies with the EU Regulation 2016/1628 on the emission limits of gaseous pollutants and polluting particles. In particular the use of the latest generation Stage V gensets allows a significant reduction in polluting emissions: -33% CO2, -80% HC, -92% Nox, -97% PM.
85% of the material at build the Festival venue is reused, exponentially reducing the production times and waste of materials. Since 2022, 80% of on-site signage is digital, offering greater and modern visibility to partners.
The exclusive use of most recent audio systems allows the containment of both low and medium frequency noise emissions; the in-line gradient configuration ensures a significant reduction in the rear and lateral sound propagation of the speakers.
HIGHEST CERTIFICATION STANDARD
KFF is even more sustainable thanks to the collaboration with CGTE, a leading supplier in electric energy and logistical machinery.
CGTE is the only Italian energy company to have received their ISO 20121 certification, the highest standard of certification in event management and sustainability, for the design and implementation of solutions in the field of sustainable event planning with regards to the energy production, electrical gensets, temperature control systems, temporary lighting systems, compounds powered by solar panels – thus providing KFF with the most pioneering green technologies in the live-entertainment industry in Italy.
The Art of Recycling
TRASHed Art of Recycling is a Global Inheritance project that creates imaginative and one-of-a-kind art pieces out of everyday recycling bins.
Over the years 1,000 artists have taken part in this initiative across North America and Europe.
After the Festival, bins are donated to local schools to promote recycling among youngster.
The TRASHed Recycling Store is a Global Inheritance project that has been running for over 15 years.
This project encourages people at large events and festivals to recycle bottles, cans and cups in exchange for points redeemable for exclusive items and experiences.
Not only do participants walk away feeling better about recycling, they can think less about where they step, having contributed to a cleaner venue.
HOW IT WORKS:
1. Collect recyclables
2. Get points
3. Earn prizes
85% of materials used at Kappa FuturFestival is recycled. Last year participants collected more than 80k glasses, bottles and cans!
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
Collect empty bottles and cups and redeem prizes! Each item brought to the Recycling Store counts for 1 point!
RESPECT THE RULES
1. Bottles and cups must be collected inside the venue.
2. You can collect points during the three days of Festival
3. You cannot sum up points from different people
4. You cannot take bottles and cups from trash bins
5. Bottles and cups must be empty
Using bottles and cups as bargaining chip participants can “buy”, items from the Recycling Store. The most you collect the highest the value of the prize you can redeem!