We are currently assessing our carbon footprint company-wide, to illustrate our influence on the environment. After all, this is the only way to find out where we can do even better. Our forthcoming sustainability report goes even further, as it addresses the ecological, economic, and social influences that we need to confront.
In addition to our social responsibility, we pay a great deal of attention to pigs as living creatures. Animal welfare has always been important to us, but we will be renewing our focus on it over the coming months.
At the same time we will not neglect the responsible handling of resources, and we continue to work on the design, planning and realisation of energy-related projects that increase our efficiency without putting our effectiveness at risk.
We’re fully committing ourselves and want to play our part in the implementation of the European Green Deal, which is intended to enable a transformation toward a modern, resource-conserving and competitive economy built on scientifically well-founded knowledge.
This requires the fundamental redesign of previous pathways, so that we in our company can realise economically and socially compatible sustainability and carbon neutrality in order to limit global warming to 1.5°C.