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Responsibility towards society

The PAS is a responsible player committed to various sustainable development processes.
The PAS has been developing a corporate social responsability policy since 2017

Focus on two areas of action: energy transition, and the protection of biodiversity.

Energy transition at the PAS

Promoting multimodal transport

For goods

The PAS promotes the use of multimodal transport, which reduces the use of road transport to the one necessary link in the chain.

The PAS is investing in multimodality on a large scale: construction of a new tri-modal terminal at Lauterbourg (investment of 15 million euros), improvements to the railway sidings at Strasbourg, rail gantry at Strasbourg, technical support for its clients wanting to equip themselves with loading/unloading stations on the river, setting up of an information system to manage barge calls in partnership with eight other ports on the Upper Rhine, etc.

The PAS is also working with Voies Navigables de France and the Grand Est administrative region on an innovative project involving a modal shift over a short distance between Saverne and Strasbourg: the aim is to shift 5 000 TEUs (containers) from the road to the Marne-Rhine Canal.



For journeys made by the 10 000 people working in the port area in Strasbourg

Following a diagnostic analysis of the transport arrangements of the 10 000 people working in the port area in Strasbourg in 2012, the PAS, in conjunction with the international chamber of commerce (CCI), the grouping of the port’s users (GUP), the ADEME energy agency, the CARSAT social security body, the Grand Est administrative region, the DREAL housing authority and the City of Strasbourg of Strasbourg, set up an inter-company workplace travel plan – ‘PEPS’ – covering the area.

Developing industrial ecology in the port area – ‘CLES’

In 2013, the PAS was a driving force behind the initiative for a territorial industrial ecology approach that is now being carried out in partnership with the City of Strasbourg of Strasbourg, the Grand Est administrative region, the ADEME energy agency, the grouping of the port’s users (GUP), and 25 companies operating in the port area. Click here for more information.

The PAS continues to be committed to this; it is also working on heat pooling in partnership with Réseaux Chaleur Urbains Alsace (RCUA). Studies are currently being carried out on the feasibility of setting up inter-industry heat networks and the possibility of extending them towards built-up areas.