Sustainability Plan

2021-2025 Sustainability Plan

Robust, transparent governance

Implementing sustainability governance in line with best practices and which permeates business processes, decision-making and operations, bringing together environmental, social and governance factors

Operating and financial sustainability

Creating sustainable value in the medium-/long-term for all stakeholders, protecting and enhancing the Group’s reputation

Respect for the environment and resources

Protecting water-related ecosystems, optimising water efficiency, reducing environmental impacts, increasing energy efficiency and the use of clean technologies in manufacturing operations, combatting climate change

Protecting occupational health and safety

Protecting health and promoting a safe and secure working environment for all employees

Respect, development and recognition of employees and collaborators

Valuing people and fostering an inclusive culture of respect and equal treatment in the protection of all differences, not only those of gender

Product quality and safety

Promoting sustainable policies to maintain and improve the quality and safety of our products

Sustainable supply chain

Overseeing a supply chain which prioritises operators that guarantee inclusive employment and decent work and which promote the sustainable management of natural resources

Community support

Promoting inclusive and sustainable industrialisation, training, and cultural and artistic learning with educational and cultural activities in local areas and communities

The 2021-2025 Sustainability Plan drawn up by F.I.L.A. develops the Group’s commitment to sustainability issues and is designed to ensure constant improvement. It also clearly communicates the Group’s strategic guidelines to its stakeholders, and shares objectives, principles and values.

On September 25, 2015, the United Nations published a document entitled “Transforming our world. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”. The 2030 Agenda sets out an action plan for people, the planet and prosperity through 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) divided into 169 Targets. Implementing this ambitious Global Agenda requires significant involvement from all countries and stakeholders, including those active in the private sector.
The Plan was prepared through the analysis, integration and development of several elements, including the Group’s materiality analysis and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030 promoted by the United Nations, drawing inspiration from the “Ten Principles” of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC).