- Environmental education and awareness: implementing environmental training within the organisation, to provide knowledge and spread awareness among all those involved throughout the entire process.
- Social awareness for protection of the environment: guided tours, especially groups from schools, as part of Local Agenda 21.
- Reduction of consumption: Boosting efficiency represents economic savings.
- Waste production and management: Lower consumption of resources is directly reflected in less production of waste. Recycling or re-use of waste also means added value.
- Using recycled paper as raw materials.
- Social employment inclusion programmes in adherence to the Disabilities Law, with employees engaged to form part of the organisation.
- Redesign of products on the basis of feedback from suppliers, customers and users.
- Work/life balance, and a no-overtime policy with compensation in the form of time off work.
- Fostering cooperation for development in all sectors.
- Involvement in Circular Economy Forums.
- Cooperation with all kinds of non-profitmaking bodies and associations, and support for local sports and social activities.
- Investment in the most efficient production processes.
- Investment to reduce water consumption and waste processing, making use of Best Available Techniques (BATs).
- Generating stable qualified employment.
- Drawing up and implementing an Occupational Hazard Prevention Management System.
- Continuous training in safety, quality, the environment and technology.