Saubermacher is a three-time world champion
In the sustainability survey conducted by Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB), Saubermacher was awarded 93 points out of 100, putting it at the top of this illustrious, global list of contractors in 2020 again. Of all the companies providing infrastructure and services, the American-Dutch institute provided Saubermacher the highest score for sustainability in the areas of environmental, social, and corporate governance.
The strict requirements pertain to the following areas: company management, company policy and its implementation, risk and possibility management, control and environmental management system, certifications, stakeholder management, and performance indicators. The assessment criteria are reworked every year and adjusted to market requirements. This year, Saubermacher reached a score of 93 out of a possible 100. In comparison: the average of all participating companies was 60 points.
Saubermacher has been participating in this sustainability evaluation since 2016. „For Saubermacher, this is a particularly important success and proof of our long-standing commitment to continuously improving the sustainability of our management. We will continue down this path in the future,” said Hans Roth, Chairman of the Supervisory Board at Saubermacher AG, expressing his joy.
In this way, Saubermacher is further underlining its membership in an internationally active group of leading companies with the highest standards of sustainability. The Styrian company also uses its know-how to provide successful environmental consultancy services. Its professional experience is sought after by many companies and institutes.
Saubermacher Dienstleistungs AG is an international waste management and recycling company based in Feldkirchen bei Graz. The environmental pioneer was established in 1979 in the city of Gnas, located in eastern Styria. By today, the family-owned company has grown to become a partner for approximately 1,600 settlements and 40,000 companies, and employs 3,290 employees in Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, France, and the United Arab Emirates. With its “Zero Waste” vision, the company has set the requirement of leaving no waste behind, meaning that all materials are processed at the end of their lifecycles so that more and more of the original material is recycled, thus creating a (nearly infinite) cycle.