Sustainability is in our DNA

Sustainability is in our DNA

Ecocreation believes in sustainability

Tomorrow is just as important as today. A valuable future is not conceivable for our customers and society without respect for people, the environment and society. For us, sustainability means that we are aware of the impact our actions today have on the world of tomorrow. We therefore strive to reduce our negative impact and increase our positive impact. We do this along three themes:

Sustainable development for the problems of tomorrow

We do everything we can to further develop our technologies and make them future-proof. Technological development is a prerequisite for a sustainable future. But a sustainable future also means thinking about other issues that are important. For example, we actively share knowledge and expertise with other parties and develop social programs in which labor participation plays a key role. We also see this as an indispensable foundation for a sustainable future.

Sustainability and our partners

An open relationship with partners, aimed at sharing knowledge and expertise, is a form of sustainability for Ecocreation. After all, this forms the foundation for long-term positive cooperation and continuity in development in all areas, for example developing a solution for the processing of incontinence material. Such a solution simplifies the process, reduces disposal costs and lowers CO2 emissions. Profit for both the environment and the wallet.

Sustainability at Ecocreation itself

Finally, we also look critically at the influence that our own actions have on the environment and society. We do this in many areas. First of all, we try to reduce our own footprint. For example, we significantly reduced our paper consumption last year. But we also critically review our mobility policy and try to make it more sustainable step by step. We also try to take sustainability aspects into account in our purchasing policy. Sustainability agreements are laid down in all annual plans within Ecocreation. We want to increase our positive impact by, for example, actively engaging in Corporate Social Responsibility (MBO). We have already developed several programs in which individuals with a mental handicap work with our machines during daytime activities. We are also part of a program in which people with a disadvantage in the labor market gain work experience through our composting machines.