Three evaluation models for increasingly sustainable growth
In a constantly evolving world, social responsibility cannot be regarded merely as an option but becomes a moral and strategic imperative.
We have been targeting this goal for some time and have summed it up with three verbs, the initials of which make up our name: lnspire, Commit, Act.
We work to promote change on these three fronts, with a tangible commitment to protecting people and the planet, and solid governance, acting to uphold our commitments. This has led us to adopt three sustainability evaluation models that confirm our concrete action to protect the planet.
ISCC PLUS is a certification guaranteeing the sustainability, traceability and identity of raw materials throughout the supply chain. ISCC stands for International Sustainability & Carbon Certification and is a multi-stakeholder voluntary and independent certification system.
With our ISCC PLUS certification, we contribute to sustainable production from an environmental, social and economic perspective.
Key objectives of the ISCC PLUS certification include:
ISCC PLUS certification, through the principles of traceability throughout the supply chain with a Mass Balance approach, guarantees the sustainable characteristics of products originating from multiple supply chains (circular, bio-circular, bio, etc.).
EcoVadis, the international sustainability rating agency has awarded us a silver medal.
The score and corresponding medal were assigned following evaluation of the following areas:
The EcoVadis assessment represents an important step in our journey towards excellence with regard to corporate social responsibility (CSR). The scorecard provides an overview of CSR performance at the time of publication and identifies areas for improvement.
Sedex is one of the world’s leading ethical trade service providers, working to improve sustainability in global supply chain.
As a Sedex member we are committed to being a responsible business, sourcing responsibly, and improving ethical standards and working conditions within our supply chain.
That is why we are working towards: