CHANGE YOUR FOOTPRINT

Dami and energy requalification through a conscious use of energy.

Our company has launched its industrial strategy for a clean and circular economy with "great momentum towards a better future" as the translation of the European Green Deal states, in the footsteps of the 2030 agenda. Over time we have gained awareness of the concept of energy transition or the importance of the transition to a sustainable economy through the rational use of resources and the use of energy efficiency solutions, renewable sources and low environmental impact development models. and social.



ELISA, DANIELA, MICHELA, ELISABETTA

AGENDA 2030

sustainable activities

  photovoltaic system

  consumption monitoring

  low consumption lamps
  vertical warehouse
  plastic free

 

95%

of savings
of non-renewable energy

31%

in less
of greenhouse gas emissions

32%

reduction
of water consumption

Innovation

Sustainability therefore seen as innovation, a model of technological, economic, human and environmental development. Starting from a product innovation, linked in particular to the research and use of sustainable and environmentally friendly materials, passing through a process innovation that can lead to systems for the production of energy and to a more rational use of this, to arrive at the 'organizational innovation concerning people and the corporate climate.

New products

Recycled TR and TPU materials
Up to 98% of the sole

Bio based material
Based on renewable raw materials

Biodegradable material

Eva recycled - Eva Bio

PRODUCTION CYCLE MONITORING
IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a methodology that allows you to evaluate the environmental impacts associated with a product, process or activity. The system examines the entire life cycle of a product and the potential environmental impact seen both as the consumption of natural resources and as the consequences due to production, transport, use and maintenance.
LCA analysis is a means that expresses the potential environmental impact in quantitative numerical terms through the identification and quantification of the consumption of materials, energy and emissions into the environment and allows to compare similar products in a quantitative way and to identify and evaluate opportunities to decrease impacts.

The importance of the staff

The competent, adequate and constantly updated staff represents an added value for the company. It is constantly trained staff to create the skills necessary to cope with constant changes. The company has invested heavily in human capital and welfare policies for staff loyalty. Safety at work is another aspect that concerns human resources, which is why the company has taken steps to adopt new automated technologies (vertical warehouses), with continuous monitoring to make work safer. Human error is always present, but precisely to avoid it that the company prepares its staff in the best possible way, it makes use of continuous refresher courses on safety to make staff aware and share a culture of safety.

In addition to the concept of safety, the company has expanded the well-being of its staff by committing to ensure the health of its staff through a coach life to avoid so-called work stress and improve the health of the staff in the working and family life. The company also favors teamwork, organizing work teams based on a personal business model, with the aim of identifying winning strategies through the exchange of ideas and comparison.

SUSTAINABILITY REPORT

The sustainability report is a document that the Organization draws up voluntarily to communicate, in a transparent way, to all stakeholders the performance, not only economic, but also social and environmental. Through this reporting tool, the company intends to describe and report the annual results of the sustainability path.

The increasing integration between economic decisions and the assessment of their social and environmental impacts are the basis of the company's ability to create long-term value for all stakeholders.

ISO 14001

Environmental management system, ISO 14001 standard:
this standard specifies the requirements for creating, starting, maintaining and improving an environmental management system, thanks to the application of a methodology certified by a third party.
ISO 14001 is a system certification that allows you to demonstrate that the organization has an adequate management system to monitor the environmental impacts of its activities and systematically seeks improvement in a consistent, effective and above all sustainable way.
ISO 14001 is certainly a fundamental step in the DAMI “green way”.

dami + treedom

Treedom has developed an innovative certification methodology for planting and monitoring trees called Treedom Standard (published on www.treedom.net). Every single tree planted is in fact recorded thanks to geolocation, photographed and reported on a map within the www.treedom.net platform: this allows the trees planted to be registered to companies and people and to make them visible on the web.


The Green Social Club was born from the idea of ​​4 female companies that met in a cognitive event on sustainability and who have been collaborating for some time in business projects. It is a club for all those who want to contribute with their experience and testimony to safeguard the environment in which we live.

The idea of ​​creating a network of companies, not necessarily female, which have green objectives in their modus operandi. A tool to ensure the right information on issues related to the environment and sustainability.

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