Social Responsibility

Until now, transparency in all areas of a company has been primarily based on a voluntary basis. However, this is now changing in the area of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility). The EU requires companies to report on sustainability (CSR Directive 2014/95/EU).

Therefore, many capital-market-oriented companies will have to publish a sustainability or CSR report as of 1 January 2017. The Sustainability Report is intended to provide information on environmental, social and workers’ concerns as well as respect for human rights and the fight against corruption and bribery.

Recognizing CSR as competitive advantage

We will show you how the use of Biofibre may help actively improve your CSR report for the environment:

  • Reduction of CO2 emissions in your value chain (carbon footprinting for enterprises (CCF) and products (PCF))
  • Climate protection strategy for CO2 prevention and reduction
  • NOT in competition with food production

However, an understanding of sustainability which is limited to the preparation of CSR reports is not purposeful.

It leaves out sales, profit and cash flow as a measure for the success of a company. But these factors determine how production is managed, resources are allocated and investments (including in sustainability) are made. This is why sustainability is part of our core business!

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