A Code of Conduct is a set of rules setting out the standards and responsibilities or good practices of an organisation concerning human rights, forced labour, poverty and famine, among others.
CO2 emissions contribute to air and environmental pollution. Reducing these emissions helps reduce environmental impact.
The supplier and procurement policy covers various aspects, such as supplier management and selection, optimisation of supply chain management and setting conditions for the purchase of raw materials/materials.
Managing waste and by-products includes addressing food waste, recovering residual streams and implementing effective waste management. This is to strive for more sustainable use of resources and minimise negative environmental impacts.
A good communication strategy promotes clear interaction, both internally and externally, with a targeted approach towards both the end consumer and its own staff. This includes efficient and correct information exchange, promoting responsible consumption and transparent product labelling.
Sustainable resource management means using natural resources sparingly, with selection based not on price but on the method of acquisition and environmental impact.
The use of recyclable materials in product packaging contributes to a more sustainable approach to packaging solutions, focusing on reducing waste and promoting a circular economy.
Implementing energy-efficient production processes and utilising renewable energy sources are crucial steps to promote sustainable energy management. Effective energy management contributes not only to environmental responsibility but also to cost efficiency within operations.
Water management includes managing water and wastewater flows, monitoring water consumption and implementing rainwater recycling. These measures contribute to sustainable water use and reduce environmental impact.