1. Promoting environmental awareness
Through internal information and audits, or further education and training in areas relevant to the environment, all of our staff participate in measures to further the awareness of, and responsibility for, the protection of the environment.
2. Observing legal standards
Future-oriented operating at WINI is determined by adherence to environmental laws and regulations laid down by authorities.
3. Reducing pollution
All WINI employees commit themselves to dealing with materials in a non-wasteful and responsible fashion. Through appropriate measures and by using environmental-friendly technologies, pollutants such as emissions and waste are avoided or reduced to a minimum.
4. Informing as a duty
New WINI employees, customers and the general public, too, are informed, and also advised, when necessary, about our environmental management, and our corporate eco-sensitive behaviour - through the provision of the corresponding information.
5. Documenting environmental data
The company-related eco-data, for example the consumption of water, electricity and fossil energy sources are compiled regularly and evaluated – the aim being to save raw materials.
6. Checking new materials and production processes
When using new materials, products and production processes, these are tested and judged in advance with regard to their effect on the environment while being processed, manufactured and / or disposed of. Possible effects are subsequently reduced in their extent as far as possible, technically and economically.
7. Preventing hazards
To avoid or to reduce emissions caused by accident, a hazard prevention and warning plan is drawn up and updated regularly. Drills to practise a real emergency are carried out in coordination with the external authorities concerned
8. Checking the environmental management system
During regular company audits, an Environment + Work Safety workgroup checks the topicality of the environmental policy, and also the adherence to the norms of the environmental management system. Here, too, current suggestions for improvement and comments are discussed, and where necessary, passed on to the respective offices. All reults of the audits are documented and evaluated.