We set ourselves ambitious sustainability goals

In almost all societies, the call for a new, fairer value system that meets the needs of people, the environment and society in equal measure is growing increasingly louder. This makes sustainable action an ongoing process that is constantly evolving even at nnuks.

Complete carbon neutrality by 2025

In 2021, for example, we were awarded the gold medal in sustainability by the EcoVadis rating platform. Companies are evaluated in terms of their impact on the environment, labor and human rights, ethics and sustainable procurement. This puts us in the top 2 percent of companies rated by EcoVadis.

We also published a CSR manual by committing to the social and environmental obligations under ISO 26000 on labour practices, human rights, the environment, fair operating practices and consumer concerns, as well as community involvement and development.

We have been publishing our sustainability report regularly since 2018 and present the company’s activities and performance with regard to sustainable development. Our next ambitious goal, which we are striving for, is to achieve complete carbon neutrality by 2025.

To the CSR manual

Our sustainability measures to date include joining the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) in June 2017. In doing so, we are clearly in favour of supporting the ten principles of the agreement in the areas of human rights, labour standards, environmental protection and anti-corruption.

In addition, we are increasingly replacing scarce primary raw materials in product manufacturing with recycled secondary raw materials. Furthermore, the company consistently reduces packaging waste and transport emissions.

Ultimately, responsible growth is our main goal as we view sustainability as not just a trend.