The certification process was started more than ten years ago and has now reached the maturity stage in all our plants, all of which have been ISO 14001 certified since 2007. This standard, created in 1996, requires manufacturers to put in place measures to track, control and measure the impact of processes on the environment. It therefore involves providing appropriate training for all personnel.
The automotive industry spans a range of activities, such as casting, machining, metal pressing, body assembly, surface treatment, painting and final assembly. Although these facilities do not represent a ""high risk for the environment"" (as set out in the 1996 European so-called Soveso directive), they nevertheless cause a series of environmental impacts that we strive to control.
How are we being more enviromentally friendly in production?