Major principles of ATOMPROEKT’s operational activity include preserving ecosystems for future generations and eliminating any risks associated with direct hazard to people's lives.
Project development taking into account the most stringent Russian and international requirements and standards remains the company’s most important mission. This has been proved by certification of the institute’s projects in Russia and abroad – in Finland, China and Belarus.
The company creates projects conducive to lowering "nuclear legacy" of past years, reducing environmental impact and generating clean and safe energy. Therefore, the company pays much attention both to occupational environment and surrounding habitat.
In 2014, the institute took part in three international ecological initiatives:
On March 29, the company switched off architectural lighting of all its buildings for an hour in support of the Earth Hour movement organized by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to draw attention to global environmental problems.
In May, within the framework of the International Arbor Day, ATOMPROEKT participated in clean-up of storm damage in the Leningrad Region. The company’s employees planted more than six thousand young pine trees in the natural area of preferential protection, Krivkovskoye Forestry.
On September 22, the institute supported the World Car Free Day – on that day, management and a significant number of employees gave up their private and employer-provided vehicles. The event, which has been held in various countries since 1997, is aimed at drawing attention to transport and environmental problems faced by cities.