KL’s Moscow office collects used rechargeable batteries for recycling, and passes them on to specialized battery recyclers
Kaspersky Lab employees working from the company’s Woburn, MA office volunteered to clean up the Mystic River of water chestnuts – an invasive water plant that can block waterways and consume nutrients that local the flora needs. In just a single day, volunteers gathered 273 baskets of the invasive water plant – a record for Mystic River community cleanup events.
Kaspersky Lab employees volunteer around the world, contributing to drives and programs designed, among other things, to protect the environment.
kg Kaspersky Lab employees gathered a cool metric ton of paper for recycling in 2015.
The Kaspersky Lab Moscow HQ building is LEED certified, which means that the building was designed and built in compliance with modern international green standards, that it has energy-efficient utilities, and that environmentally friendly materials were used for all interior and exterior finishes. The company’s Moscow office has panoramic windows, enabling Kaspersky Lab to use natural light as much as possible. And for the times when artificial lighting is necessary, the lighting system has automatic luminosity adjustment. A «winter chill» ventilation system based on so-called dry coolers was chosen by the building’s architects for the utilities design. The system takes outside air and pumps it through a bactericide filter, subsequently heating or cooling it according to the office thermostat settings.