Sustainable Growth Policy
Delivering an economic performance in line with its commitments is a permanent priority for Adisseo, which relies on the quality of its economic results to build a climate of confidence with shareholders, free up investment capacity and develop redistribution policies.
This attention to economic results encourages the company to seize market opportunities and cost reductions when they do not undermine any of its medium-term objectives with its various stakeholders and do not imply any compromise on safety.
In order to combine quality and economic aspects over the long term, Adisseo makes managers responsible for improving systems and processes and encourages employees to be actors of progress in the activities to which they contribute. This operational excellence aims to ensure competitiveness and agility.
In addition, the “Responsible Care” initiative, to which the Adisseo Group has been a signatory since 1990, is the global chemical industry’s shared commitment to the safe management of chemicals throughout their life cycle and the promotion of their role in improving the quality of life and their contribution to sustainable development.
A voluntary Health-Safety-Environment (HSE) investment policy
Our HSE operational budgets, which must integrate an increasing number of regulatory constraints (additional studies, rising taxes, etc.) are under control thanks to a deliberate HSE investment strategy of close to EUR 40 million per year over the last three years. In 2020, 50% of our HSE investments were directly related to the protection of environment within the framework of energy recovery projects or the use of the best available techniques for the treatment of our emissions. Each industrial project is made good use of to improve and strengthen our management of safety and environmental risks and to reduce their impact in a strategy of sustainable growth.
3.5 millions of € for JAVA
to eliminate the use of hazardous products
of feed to produce 1kg of beef
of feed to produce 1kg of pork
of feed to produce 1kg of chicken
of feed to produce 1 kg of fish