CEPOVETT Group is installing a number of apiaries on the roofs of its various French sites in a move towards protecting biodiversity. After using wooden hives, the company continued the experiment with automatic "ﬂow hives", which are less intrusive for the bees. These hives automatically extract the honey, making them much easier to work with.
The approach is as educational for customers as it is for employees, and being able to obtain your own honey by simply turning a tap is a unique feature. CEPOVETT Group has managed to raise awareness among its stakeholders through this approach, and the company has also been able to provide a new perspective on biodiversity, particularly concerning the concept of housing "nature" in the city. This is an acknowledgment of the importance of biodiversity for all ecosystems.“If bees were to disappear from the planet, humans would only survive for four years”- Albert Einstein
"It's just incredible to imagine producing honey on the rooftops of Paris; we're welcoming nature into the city. I'm delighted to be part of this collaborative and meaningful project that highlights the importance of environmental conservation, and the responsibility the present generations have towards the future generations."