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Street art 4.0 #diamociunaMoSSa

Street Art 4.0 #diamociunaMoSSa is the title of the competition on sustainable mobility thought up by Saras in collaboration with the School Authority of Sardinia and Anpal Servizi for the students of the high schools in Cagliari.

Participating students are asked to design and produce, in street art style, advertising graphics to be applied on the shuttle buses that carry the Group’s personnel within the Sarlux site. A jury will pick the best creative idea interpreting the theme, conveyed by the most engaging artwork.

Street Art 4.0 # diamociunaMoSSa is an innovative project included in the work experience scheme, which will involve five high schools in the city of Cagliari (Michelangelo, Fois, Buccari, Dante and Scano) and about 40 students, grouped into cross-school teams.

A short animated film presents the aims of Street art 4.0

During the presentation of the project, Maria Elisabetta Cogotti, from the Regional School Authority, said that from the outset she had felt that the Saras Group’s project is a very effective and engaging way of enabling students to have a work experience’.

Paolo Moser (Anpal) and Simona Berri (External Communication Saras)
Elisabetta Cogotti (School Authority of Sardinia) and Carlo Guarrata (Managing Director of Sarlux)

Simona Berri, manager of external communication for Saras, stressed the role of corporate social responsibility and of ethical and citizenship values shared with the local community. Paolo Moser highlighted the mission of Anpal Servizi, the national agency for labour policies, which is to promote good quality employment opportunities, while Carlo Guarrata, Sarlux’s Chief Executive Officer, emphasised the importance of sustainable energy generation methods.

Students and teachers filled the conference room at the Lazzaretto in Cagliari

Cross-cutting skills and career guidance

At various stages during the project, Saras managers will speak to the students, sharing with them the Group’s knowledge and skills on the issues of the environment, safety, energy efficiency and the programme Industry 4.0, developed to improve the efficiency and output of production processes by introducing new digital technologies.

This project, which has a high social and cultural value, not only gives students a first-hand insight of what an industrial workplace is, but can produce added value and help improve people’s habits, by promoting behavioural and technological measures for more sustainable transport.

The Saras Group is one of the main European oil refining operators, and is also active in the electricity generation sector. Directly and through its subsidiaries, the Group sells and distributes petroleum products on national and international markets. In addition, the Group produces and sells electricity through its subsidiaries Sarlux Srl (IGCC plant) and Sardeolica Srl (wind farm). The Group also supplies industrial engineering and research services to the oil, energy and environmental sectors through its subsidiary Sartec Srl.


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