“Eco-sustainability”, a word that is now inflated but which we have a duty to preserve, so great is its meaning and value. A healthy company cannot ignore including sustainability, in the broad sense, among its assets.
Our mission, HIGH TECH FOR LIFE, already embodies the final intent of our business since it is understood that the research for new materials and the development of our products is aimed at improving the health and comfort of the environment at a civil level and industrial, reducing the impact of human activity on our ecosystem.
True sustainability, which we try to materialize, includes respect and protection for the environment and people. This is why we support and organize many activities that create social and cultural wealth in our territory.
Here we will see in detail how SIFA manages to be sustainable and how we understand eco-sustainability, taking advantage of the interview given by Simone Latini to Confindustria Ancona within a virtuous project in which the latter collects the best practices of local companies in area of eco-sustainability.
As Simone Latini explains: “The common matrix is a microporous filter material that is produced and developed for the various markets. A material that is able to retain viruses, particles and pollutants to therefore make the environment healthier and with so-called controlled contamination. One of the main applications is the pharma sector, clean rooms or operating theatres, but this product has also been applied in more common civil environments, i.e. on air purifiers rather than for the treatment of areas exhausted by industrial processes. So our material becomes the best performing insulating element in the world.”
And he kept saying “Our company tries to be sustainable at 360 degrees, also involving our suppliers, with whom we have undertaken circular economy processes: we study projects to ensure that the raw material used even as simple packaging and then turned over by us on the market can return raw and secondary material for new reuse. This means that when we develop our product we don’t just look at it as an end in itself, but we also take into consideration the end of life”.
Latini, at the end, reminds us important issues saying “We must be sustainable ourselves before being sustainable for third parties. Therefore, the aspect of compliance on which the company operates is also fundamental. Being in compliance is essential, we have also started to do an internal introspective analysis to understand our processes and how we can carry out corrective actions”.
We invite you to watch the complete interview at the following link.