At Condorchem Envitech, we believe that companies must operate according to values promoting respect for humans and the environment.
Organisations should be aware of the potential negative impact on society that their business may have. These effects should be eliminated or controlled, while taking advantage of their outreach and resources to contribute to building a more egalitarian society that promotes human rights as much as possible.
Condorchem Envitech is a company which has subscribed to the UN Global Compact.
All companies subscribed to the UN Global Compact commit themselves to operating in a sustainable manner, as well as to respecting and promoting human rights as promulgated by the United Nations.
The UN audits all companies that want to be part of the global compact to ensure that they promote human rights, equal employment rights, respect for the environment and operate without corruption.
All companies that are members of the global compact have the support of the UN in all those actions seeking social benefit through innovation and collaboration between the company and its surroundings.
The profile of Condorchem Envitech as a member of the United Nations Global Compact can be found at the following link: https://www.unglobalcompact.org/what-is-gc/participants/13145-Condorchem-Envitech-S-L-
Condorchem has established a Compliance Program with adequate and sufficient policies and procedures to ensure that our company, including its officers, employees and related agents, comply with the applicable legal framework. This includes legal norms, laws and regulations, as well as internal policies, commitments to customers, suppliers or third parties. Alongside this, and of particular importance, is the Code of Ethics and Conduct that our company has committed to respect.
Condorchem Envitech collaborates with Unicef by donating 0.7% of its EBITDA every year. This money goes to actions aimed at improving the living conditions of children living in poverty
UNICEF’s blue gift is part of an inspiring initiative that gives businesses the opportunity to purchase basic commodities for human survival and send them directly to children in poverty in more than 150 countries or territories.
Every day, about 16,000 children die from preventable causes. Unicef’s blue gifts are a charitable initiative that contributes to saving lives and improving the situation of thousands of children at risk.
Condorchem Envitech collaborates in this initiative through the purchase of water purification tablets that are sent to territories with little access to water for human consumption.
The goal of the Terra Foundation is to combine efforts to move towards a more sustainable future and offer environmental advice.
The Environmental Resource Centre, Mas de l’Amigó, is a 100% sustainable team from the Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia Foundation, which was transferred in 2008 to Acció Escolta, an organisation mainly involved in training children and young people.
The project offers a campsite for young people from all over the world to have the opportunity to stay in a 100% sustainable space and become aware of the importance of the responsible use of natural resources.
In early 2008, Condorchem Envitech offered to finance and install all the equipment necessary for sustainable water management at the farmhouse, which consisted of a sewage treatment plant for the building and a rainwater collection deposit.
The action of Condorchem Envitech promoting this environmental project demonstrates that companies can collaborate with social organisations to provide more quality in projects and to advance more strongly towards environmental sustainability.
Condorchem Envitech collaborates with the Energy Bank in the form of an A++A participating company, and has established measures to maximise the energy resources used and minimise the environmental impact.
Following the report prepared by the Energy Bank, we are aware of the difference between our actual energy consumption and what we could obtain by taking measures aimed at a more responsible use of energy.
This helped us rationalise our consumption of energy resources and to reduce our annual costs by more than 30%.