Sustainability

Coemar Environmental Policy

Coemar follows strict environmental and ethical rules. The highest level of automation achieved in manufacturing, and the constant control over energy consumption and waste material disposals, guarantee the most environmental friendly production processes.

We have therefore formulated an environmental policy which does help us and support to make our efforts worth, and to minimize our impact on the world we live in, whenever and however that may be possible. May that be a guide for us, our customers, our suppliers, and all the interested parties.

Coemar is aware of the fact that our daily processes inevitably impact negatively our environment, but at the same time tries to minimize the harmful effects of such processes and activities, in the most efficient way. Coemar management is strongly committed to constantly improve these performances and prevent pollution.

All laws and codes on the subject are set as a standard for Coemar industrial processes, and any other industry practice or legislation is to be taken into consideration and, if possible, used within Coemar facilities.

A regular monitoring of all environmental friendly efforts will guarantee Coemar to be an industry leader in this subject.

In order for Coemar to generate the minimum harmful effect to our environment, we have set the following objectives:

  • comply with the requirements of environmental legislation and approved codes of practice
  • assess the environmental impact of all historic, current and likely future operations
  • continuously seek to improve environmental performance
  • reduce pollution, emissions and waste
  • reduce the use of all raw materials, energy and supplies
  • raise awareness, encourage participation and train employees in environmental matters
  • expect similar environmental standards from all suppliers and contractors
  • assist customers to use products and services in an environmentally-sensitive way
  • liaise with the local community
  • participate in discussions about environmental issues.

WEEE Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment

Coemar Spa acts in respect of the EC WEEE directive, in relation to the collection and disposal of electrical and electronic equipment at its end-of-life.

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE Directive) is the European Community directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment which, together with the RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC, became European Law in February 2003, setting collection, recycling and recovery targets for all types of electrical goods.

WEEE applies in EU member countries only

Austria

Finland

Ireland

Malta

Slovakia

UK
Belgium

France

Italy

Netherlands

Slovenia
Czech Republic

Germany

Latvia

Norway

Spain
Denmark

Greece

Lithuania

Poland

Sweden
Estonia

Hungary

Luxemburg

Portugal

Switzerland