Sustainable for mankind, environment and society
Our sustainability work assumes the three overall perspectives of economical, ecological and social sustainability, which have their origin in the Brundtland report "Our common future" from 1987.
In the report, commissioned by the UN, sustainability is defined as: "Development which provides for the daily need without jeopardising the possibilities of future generations to meet their needs".
Translated into our everyday and reality it's all about maintaining the highest quality, acting environmentally smart and caring about our fellow humans - the ones we have around us every day and those we may never meet. After all, sustainability is about caring for people, environment and society. And that's what we are doing.