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OCTO’s ongoing support and commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives


DI. DI. Diversamente Disabili

OCTO actively collaborates with the Italian non-profit organization Di.Di. and promotes with them various activities related to road education in school programs.
OCTO also supports the OCTO Bridgestone Cup and the Bridgestone International Handy Race, both of which are reserved for disabled riders.


Comunità di Sant’Egidio

OCTO collaborates with the Comunità di Sant’Egidio, a Christian Community founded in 1968, present today in more than 70 countries around the world.  The community pays special attention to suburbs (and suburban areas), gathers men and women of all ages and circumstances, united by a bond of fraternity, in the voluntary and free commitment for the poor and for peace.
Prayer, the poor and peace are its fundamental landmarks.
OCTO supports the Comunità di Sant’Egidio by taking part in various initiatives, such as Itinerant Dinners, the Food Collection and support for the initiative “La Città ecosolidale”, a big space of charitable solidarity in Rome.
Through these initiatives OCTO aims to be close to those who are more fragile to face difficulties together, overcoming social isolation and recreating bonds of affection and solidarity.


Device refurbishment

A fundamental component of the ZeVA (Vision Zero in Action: zero congestion, zero accidents and zero pollution), in line with the climate law approved by the European Parliament (Zero emissions by 2050), concerns the refurbishment of OCTO devices.

Our Vision Zero guides us in playing a key role in sustainability as well as innovation. Therefore, the goal is to minimize the production of new devices and focus on the refurbishment, where possible.

With refurbishment we limit the consumption of new components and therefore help relieve the global raw materials shortage as well as reduce the transport of raw materials to production sites and logistics hubs.

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