As a responsible service provider we consider our duty to go beyond just doing our best for our customers and employees. Ethical and transparent business processes, protection of the environment, and regional social commitment are likewise important elements of our corporate self-image.
It is inherent in our business
Because our work turns supposedly worthless by-products into valuable construction materials, and as a result conserves natural resources, our fundamental business philosophy is one of sustainability.
Add fly ash, cut CO2
Using fly ash as a clinker substitute in cement or as a cement replacement additive in concrete can reduce the ecological footprint of the respective cement or concrete per metric ton of fly ash used by a clearly measurable amount of CO2.
We monitor our quality and performance to continually improve ourselves and our processes. We have this regularly checked and confirmed by external auditors:
- Quality management system to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015
- Energy management system to DIN EN ISO 50001:2018
- Environmental management system to DIN EN ISO 14001:2015
Our facilities are also certified in accordance with the Ordinance on Specialized Waste Management Companies.
We are particularly committed to children and young people through various projects.
As an internationally operating company we are well aware of the value of intercultural exchange based on mutual respect. This is why we have assumed a sponsorship for the “School without Racism – School with Courage” project at the Realschule Brambauer in Lünen. Since 2015, students with roots in more than 20 nations have been taking an active stand against discrimination and for multicultural, tolerant coexistence – values that also count among our top priorities.
Self-confidence, creativity, and cultural interest are encouraged in the children’s club of the regional theater Burghofbühne Dinslaken. In the theater project, children between the ages of eight and eleven can freely express themselves on stage. Our company finances the supervision of the children by a professional drama teacher, enabling us to contribute to ensuring that access to cultural education is not a question of parental income. Since 2013 we have also been involved in the Dinslakener Tafel food bank. Our employees traditionally donate food for needy families and presents for their children during the run-up to Christmas.