Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)


  • Environmental awareness and education: implementing environmental training within the organisation that provides those involved throughout the chain with knowledge and awareness.
  • Social awareness on caring for the environment: guided tours particularly for school groups as part of Local Agenda 21.
  • Reduction in consumption: Improving efficiency leads to financial savings and savings in the use of natural resources and, therefore, a reduction in the environmental impact of the activity.
  • ● Waste production and management: A lower consumption of resources leads directly to a lower production of waste. The recycling or reuse of waste is an added value in itself.
  • Use of recovered paper as a raw material.


  • Social work integration programmes, in compliance with the LIONDAU Law (Equal Opportunities, Non-Discrimination, and Universal Accessibility of persons with disabilities), for the people hired.
  • Product redesigns through the supplier, customer and user experience.
  • Work-life balance and the no-overtime policy.
  • Encouraging cooperation for development in all sectors.
  • Participation in Circular Economic Forums.
  • Collaboration with all kinds of non-profit Organisation and Association, and support for Sporting and Social Activities in the area.


  • Investment in more efficient production processes.
  • Investment in the reduction of water consumption and treatment of effluent using the Best Available Technology (BAT).
  • Generating stable, skilled work.
  • Development and implementation of the ORPMS (Occupational Risk Prevention Management System).
  • Ongoing training in safety, quality, the environment, and technical areas.