Metis DE is committed to promote sustainability and contribute to making the industry more sustainable.


At Metis DE, we recognise how critical it is to embed sustainability into our business. We are at the beginning of this continuous journey, focusing on 3 key areas:

Sustainability in our operations

We are always finding ways to reduce our carbon footprint, the waste that we produce, and increase our contribution to healthy work environment, diversity and inclusion.

Sustainability in our deliverables

Where possible, we consider and advocate the most sustainable options in our design projects. We believe we can have a positive impact in making our industry more sustainable.

Sustainability in business development

We actively look for clients, partners, suppliers who share common values in sustainability and look for opportunities to be involved in high impact projects in decarbonisation, renewables, waste management, water management, etc…

We believe that Metis DE can make an impact on the following United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:

Metis DE divert some of their income towards powering sustainability initiatives.

The Hub on SX

The Hub on SX aims to bridge the divide between the industry and sustainability practitioners, bringing professionals together to collaborate on the world’s most important challenges.

Through the Hub on SX, Metis DE hope to contribute to building a supportive and collaborative community of entrepreneurs working directly in sustainability or running a business with strong sustainability values.

The Hub also aims to support clean-tech start ups by providing a range of sponsored services such as business advice, networking opportunities, training options and grant application support.



Microplastix was founded by Metis DE to support organisations, communities and researchers involved in removing, reducing and preventing microplastic pollution in the environment.

They develop more efficient solutions to remove microplastic from beaches, engage with communities to raise awareness of this issue and collaborate with local schools on STEM projects focusing on this problem.