The patenting of REVIVA, a new material from recovered leather processing waste, and the environmental certification LEATHER STANDARD by OEKO-TEX®; electricity purchased from 100% renewable sources; a systemic approach to sustainability through a multi-year plan: these are some of the highlights of the third Sustainability Report published today by our group.
The new vehicle was “christened” during a ceremony held today in Chiampo. The mayors of both Chiampo and Arzignano (Vicenza) took part in the event. The donation was included in the projects to support the area that have always been promoted by the world leader in the tanning industry.
We have been invited to share our experience in the field of diversity management during an online workshop aimed at second-year students of the Master’s Degree in Work and Organisational Psychology at La Sapienza University of Rome.
Whose commitment to a more sustainable future is a journey – the Sustainability Journey – to share with its partners, clients, suppliers, and collaborators. You cannot travel without a passport: a document whose stamps are a witness of the path traveled and the place where we started from, which we use to embark on new journeys.
Gruppo Mastrotto publishes the second sustainability report: A 51% reduction in CO2 emissions, 100% electricity supply from certified renewable sources, 97% of employees employed on a permanent basis, a systemic approach to sustainability through a multi-year plan: these are some of the elements that emerge within the second Sustainability Report.
The fifth edition of the venture, launched by the Arzignano tanning Group in 2017, aimed at rewarding boys and girls who have particularly distinguished themselves through scholastic commitment and dedication.
Gruppo Mastrotto has been awarded the first edition of the DNA (Difference in Addition) award, which is open to micro-entities, SMEs and large corporations, and recognises ethical projects on inclusion and diversity in the workplace.