SPOLCHEMIE Earns a Gold Medal for Sustainability Performance from EcoVadis
SPOLCHEMIE announced today that it has been awarded a Gold Medal from EcoVadis, the worlds’ most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings. This is the 7th year in a row that the company has earned a medal from EcoVadis. In this year’s rating, SPOLCHEMIE scored 76, which places the company in the top 2 percent in the sector globally. Our highest performing sustainability assessment areas were Labor & Human Rights and Environment.
This is an important award for our company and an important aspect of our ongoing efforts to be more sustainable. The EcoVadis rating validates and demonstrates our sustainability commitments, practices and performance, and offers a clear roadmap for how we can continue to increase our impact over time. “EcoVadis assessment of our company and the Gold Medal ranks us among the best companies in the chemical industry in the world. It also shows the success of our committed SPOLCHEMIE team in improving sustainability and social responsibility in the long term," says Kamila Vítek Derynková, Product Marketing Manager of SPOLCHEMIE, responsible for sustainability in the company. “Continuous and effective management of sustainability practices is critical to our business and society, so we will continue to improve our risk assessment, internal processes and sustainability procurement," she added.
The EcoVadis assessment covers 21 sustainability criteria across four core topics: Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement. More than 85 000 companies globally have been rated by EcoVadis. EcoVadis compares companies´ performance in their sector. SPOLCHEMIE is involved and assessed in the sector of Manufacture of basic chemicals, fertilizers and nitrogen compounds, plastics and synthetic rubber in industry.
EcoVadis is the global standard for business sustainability ratings. The EcoVadis business sustainability rating is based on international sustainability standards such as the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact, the International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards and the ISO 26000 standard. The ratings provide an evidence-based analysis of performance and an actionable roadmap for continuous improvement.
Kamila Vítek Derynková
Product Marketing Manager