We use cookies

This website uses cookies insofar as this is necessary for its proper operation. Get more Information.


csende
Search
MenuMENU

×

Sustainable Development

Sustainable development at SPOLCHEMIE is based on human resources, our employees and three basic pillars:


The environment
encompasses the GREEN SPOLCHEMIE programme and all our activities that reduce our environmental impact and help us use resources efficiently, whether it is the use of state-of-the-art technologies, the development of environmentally friendly products, or activities towards the environment, such as purchasing or waste management. 

The society
relates to our immediate surroundings, to the city of Ústí nad Labem, and to the public. Our goal is that SPOLCHEMIE, despite the proximity of our premises to the city centre, will be positively received as a good, beneficial, trustworthy and safe neighbour. 

The economy
then focuses on strengthening the economic situation of SPOLCHEMIE, increasing profits and strengthening our position on the market and deepening customer relations. Quality management is also part of customer relations.


SUSTAINABILITY CONCEPT 

Our sustainability concept includes close cooperation with employees, suppliers and other business partners, who are encouraged and motivated to follow similar sustainability principles. Health and safety is an equally important priority.

 


spolchemie-sustainable-development.png

As part of our sustainable development efforts, we have set ourselves targets to achieve. In the Environment pillar, reducing greenhouse gas emissions is key - we want to reduce our carbon footprint (Scope 1 and 2) by 40% by 2030. We also want to reduce pollution - by 2030 our goal is to reduce specific waste production by 20% and reduce specific wastewater pollution by 15%.

In the area of corporate social responsibility and safety, our main objective is to reduce the incidence (serious accidents and hazardous conditions) in production by 50% by 2030, and in the area of human resources to reduce the accident rate (with incapacity for work of more than 3 days) by 60%.

Note: Objectives for 2030 have been set in comparison with 2020. 


We believe that for future sustainable development it is important to prevent damage to nature and human health in a preventive, systematic and effective way and to develop modern and environmentally friendly technologies.

shutterstock_1070271953.jpg