Sustainability at Jomipsa | Zero Carbon Goal
Committed to
the environment and
to our planet
At Jomipsa we believe change is possible and it's our responsibility as a company to carry out our activity in the most sustainable way. That's why we put measures in place that help reduce our environmental impact.
SDG
We're committed to the Agenda 2030 17 Sustainable Development Goals for changing the world. We've been members of the United Nations Global Compact since 2010. We believe in the need to take the lead on initiatives that help tackle global challenges.
Energy
self-sufficient
Since 2010 we've been generating our own renewable energy using solar panels, enabling us to reduce our CO2 emissions. Our goal is to constantly improve energy efficiency across all our work areas to counteract the effects of climate change.
ISO 14001
certification
We´ve held our ISO 14001 certification since March 2014. This certification is proof of our environmental commitment to reducing our impact on the planet as much as we can.
Each year, the certifying body, Bureau Veritas, checks that we fully comply with current national and international standards on environmental matters.
Carbon footprint
We've been measuring our carbon footprint since 2017, which enables us to quantify, reduce and offset our CO2 gas emissions. Our goal is to be CO2 neutral in the coming years.
Jompisa Green Protocol
Both our logo and “Zero Carbon Goal” sustainability claim express our commitment to being CO2 neutral.
We've set up a working group with members drawn from various departments across the company to tackle all kinds of sustainability-related issues. This working group decides on Jomipsa’s green actions and policies and ensures they're implemented.
At Jomipsa we believe in a green future and in the importance of creating environmental awareness.
Good Practice
Manual
We have a Good Practice Manual in place for our entire team. The manual sets out the most important aspects for carrying out our activity in the most sustainable way.
The Good Practice Manual is based on the following principles:
Reduce: Using fewer resources to produce less waste.
Reuse: Using materials and resources again.
Recycle: Employing already used resources to generate new products.
Improve: Optimise working methods so they´re more sustainable.
Protect: Look after the environment.
Incentivise: Raise awareness and consciousness about environmental protection.