One of our main concerns is to leave the best possible world for future generations. To this end, all companies in the Brückner Group are working towards a sustainable future. However, the topic of sustainability is much more comprehensive in detail than it may appear at first glance.
In addition to the ecological part towards more climate protection, resource efficiency and ecological site management, social sustainability reaches deep into all processes of our companies. However, social and regional responsibility, good job and training opportunities or a clear vision & mission provide us with a very good basis to actively shape the economic aspect as well. Thanks to the close cooperation with our partners, customers and companies along the value chain, we can act successfully. But in the end, it is the people who make the difference. That is why we value the passion and commitment of our employees.
With our "Yes, we care" initiative, we follow up our commitment to more personal responsibility in matters of plastics and sustainability and support non-profit organisations worldwide that are working for a more sustainable future. "Reduce - Reuse - Recyle" should not remain a slogan for us, but be filled with life.
This is how we face up to our responsibility every day, because a sustainable corporate culture and economic success work in unison for us.
Our sustainability report of the Brückner Group provides measurable proof. Over the last two years, we examined our strategy, products and processes and evaluated them with regard to more sustainability. The results are now the basis for our first sustainability report.
In addition, the supplementary magazine section provides insights into current core projects and concrete steps to make today's demand for more sustainability a reality tomorrow.
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The Brückner Group published its first report in accordance with the German Sustainability Code (DNK) in November 2022.
The DNK is a cross-industry transparency standard for reporting corporate sustainability performance and can be used by companies and organisations of any size and legal form.
The 20 criteria of the Code were defined by the German Federal Government's Council for Sustainable Development. The Code is intended to promote sustainable business and serve as an orientation for companies. The DNK report is publicly accessible and ensures visibility and comparability.