Our passion is to offer gastronomy of the very highest quality. Additionally, we aim to have as little negative impact on the environment as possible. In order to achieve this aim, we work on sustainability with specific contributions and, furthermore, we are committed to the 17 SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).
One hundred percent of the energy used at Nectari is derived from renewable sources.
Why have we choosen green energy?
… Green energy is renewable and inexhaustible.
… It helps the fight against climate change.
… Polluting gases are not emitted with consumption.
… It reduces our environmental footprint and CO2 emissions.
Check out the green energy certificates here:
We use concrete actions to minimise
our environmental impact:
We reduced our CO2 by -12.8% in 2021.
*The sum of fossil fuels, electricity consumption, water consumption and business travel. We managed to reduce CO2 emissions from 3.57 Tn in 2020 to 3.12 Tn CO2 in 2021.
So far we have driven 4,500km in a hybrid car
We monitor the waste we generate.
We have invested in two fundamental renovations to ensure that we are energy efficient.
The restaurant is fully equipped with LEDs.
We use timers to switch artificial light on and off.
We make as much use of natural light as possible.
We have installed efficient systems and A-certified equipment.
We use a central cooling system that reduces energy use by 30%.
The restaurant is thermally insulated with specialised building materials.
Innovation and digitalisation
At Nectari we use digital solutions to reduce paper consumption.
We have invested heavily in this area.
Our extensive wine list is presented on
an iPad to avoid using paper.
It is possible to consult our menu on your mobile phone using QR codes
Among other things, we have introduced dry nitrogen into our repertoire.
Our dedication to healthy gastronomy means that our food meets the following requirements:
Our fruit and vegetables come directly from El Maresme and El Prat.
Our meats come from local farms.
We are passionate about fresh produce.
We have our own vegetable gardens which we tend ourselves.
The impact of our activity is real and we want
to be aware of it. To this end, we measure our consumption
and set ourselves very specific challenges.
the Emmaus Foundation.
The Emmaus Foundation is a local organisation that supplies decent,
quality food to elderly people and families in vulnerable situations.
Our values are closely aligned: human solidarity, inviolable dignity of the person, generosity and respect.
We have two very specific objectives:
We donate leftover food and thus minimise waste.
We manage any food waste responsibly.
3. We have eliminated single-use plastic.
4. Water is served in returnable or reusable containers.
2. We have opted for the digitalisation of our menu and the management of orders via iPads.
2. We have water flow aerators on taps and we have installed dual flush systems.
Mobility and accessibility
We aim to demonstrate our commitment through our facilities and our conduct. What we have done so far:
We place a huge amount of value in the people who
are part of Restaurant Nectari
We provide courses on food handling, health and safety at work,
sustainability, sales techniques
and food preparation.
We involve the staff in the design of our menu: we feel that the combination of everyone’s knowledge allows us to grow more effectively.
We offer flexible working hours and scheduling so that members
of the team can better
care for their families.
We share the world in which we live and, as such, we take into account
our environment and how we can do our part.
We donate surplus food to local non-profit organisations
We donate lost objects to people in need who can give them a useful life.
We collaborate with many charitable causes,
including the Casal dels Infants.
We participated in Tapas for Peace to raise funds for World Central Kitchen.
We offer internships to help
train the industry’s future professionals.