Interseroh signs German Sustainability Code again
Interseroh renews declaration of compliance to the Sustainability Code
Interseroh issued its first Declaration of Conformity with the German Sustainability Code in 2013 and since then has regularly updated its declaration – most recently for the 2018 reporting year. Issuing the Declaration is a way for Interseroh to enhance the transparency and comparability of its sustainability performance: Interseroh Declaration of Conformity with the Sustainability Code
The Sustainability Code was developed in 2010 by the German Council for Sustainable Development and by stakeholders from government, the financial markets, business and civil society organisations. It lays out the minimum requirements for reporting non-financial corporate performance. Interseroh reports on the 20 required criteria, including categories such as resource management, equal opportunities or employee rights, as well as supplementary quantifiable performance indicators.
“By publishing reports on a regular basis, we offer transparency, comparability as regards the development of our company over time and thus provide clarity for our customers, partners and employees," explains Markus Müller-Drexel, Managing Director of INTERSEROH Dienstleistungs GmbH. “Signing the Sustainability Code serves as an important orientation for our stakeholders and is at the same time continuous proof of our sustainable performance. And we hope it is also a sign and an incentive to the market."
The environmental specialists from Interseroh have been battling the waste of material resources, time, skills and money for the past 27 years. Interseroh is an expert provider of environmental services that develops customised solutions for its customers in Germany and abroad, enabling them to return raw materials to the cycle, extend the service life of products and make (logistics) processes as efficient as possible - always under its own guiding principle of "zero waste solutions".
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