We check the impact on the environment in every one of our activities. Through holistic ways of seeing and acting, we keep the impact on our environment as low as possible. We are certified according to DIN EN ISO 14001:2015 (environment) and DIN EN ISO 50001:2018 (energy). This is why we constantly put our processes to the test in order to incorporate the latest findings.
However, we also want to set an example with our behaviour and encourage our employees and business partners to act in an environmentally conscious manner in all situations.
100 % green electricity
We only purchase certified green electricity and thus significantly reduce our carbon footprint. In addition, we produce our own solar power through photovoltaic systems on the building roofs and facades.
With us, disposable and reusable bottles are taboo, and no employee has to transport water to work any more. Tap water is treated by modern water dispensers, cooled and carbonated if desired. This simple measure alone avoids thousands of plastic bottles and their transport every year.
Occupational safety and health protection
Our workplaces are ergonomically equipped with the latest technical equipment and occupational safety is a top priority. The work areas are permanently checked and improved to make the daily work as pleasant as possible. Employees receive regular training and have a direct influence on occupational health and safety in all areas.
We deliberately avoid printed packaging so that it can be reused at any time. We also ship our goods in used packaging whenever possible.
Our main consumers are equipped with sensors to be able to analyse energy consumption at any time. With this measure, we can detect deviations at an early stage and thus react promptly. The effects of savings measures are verifiable with continuous data collection and motivate further improvements.
Our largest amount of waste comes in the form of plastic chips, which we reduce as much as possible by selecting the optimum semi-finished products. A large proportion of the chips are collected by special suction devices in the machining centres, which means they can be recycled. New manufacturing technologies such as additive manufacturing also contribute to low-waste production. Especially in the case of high-quality high-tech plastics, this offers enormous savings potential.