With our ESG policy (Environmental, Social & Governance), DELTA Fiber aims to ensure a positive impact on people, the environment and society. We also support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as drawn up by the United Nations. Diversity and inclusion are part of our company philosophy, we contribute to responsible production and consumption, and we limit the impact on the environment with 100% green energy, offsetting our own CO2 emissions.
We make a distinctive contribution to seven of the United Nations SDGs by developing and expanding our fiber network, and by making conscious choices in our business operations. At DELTA Fiber, we do this through four focus areas to ensure our sustainability-improvement initiatives are targeted.
Not only do we connect society by laying cables in the ground: we also connect by sponsoring events such as the DELTA Ride for the Roses and the DELTA Fat Tire Races.
We are building the future of the Netherlands with rapid data connections and technology. However, we are also building the future by lending a helping hand to foundations and organisations with the DELTA Fiber Fund.
Everyone knows someone who had to cope with cancer. With the DELTA Ride for the Roses all participants have a goal in common: raise as much money possible for cancer disease research and treatment methods. Everyone can participate. Whether it’s cycling 25 kilometers on a city bike or pedaling 120 kilometers away on a racing bike.
The most beautiful but also the toughest marathon to run in the Netherlands. This coastal marathon goes from Burgh-Haamstede to Zoutelande. It’s 42195 meters of climbing and descending along the coast of Zeeland with the wind in your hair, salt on your lips and fantastic views. DELTA is Gold Sponsor of this event and the main sponsor of the Light Coastal Run. For this side event, participants can run a part of the marathon course (11 kilometers) in the evening when the track is festively lit and there is live music on the sidelines.
Film by the Sea is the fourth biggest film festival in the Netherlands with about 140 films and over 40,000 visitors every year. The festival has now grown into a hybrid event where people can attend the festival both in the cinema and at home on their couch. A special online film program makes watching at home possible.
The DELTA Dikke Banden Races (Fat Tires) introduce little children with cycling as a sport. This way we also keep the youngest generation moving. During a DELTA Fat Tire Race, children aged 3 to 13 can participate in a race in their own village or neighbourhood. The fastest kids get a medal. The DELTA Dikke Banden Races are organised together with SportZeeland.