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Sustainability

Borregaard’s goal is to provide sustainable solutions based on renewable raw materials and unique competence.

Borregaard defines corporate responsibility as achieving commercial profitability in a way that is consistent with fundamental ethical values and with respect for individuals, the environment and society. Through profitable, responsible operations our companies create positive economic, environmental and social ripple effects. Borregaard companies shall respect human and labour rights, establish good environmental, health and safety (EHS) standards, facilitate good dialogue with stakeholders and generally operate in accordance with applicable regulatory frameworks and good business practice.

The basis for Borregaard's commitment and attitudes is the Group's "Social Responsibility” and “Ethical Guidelines", as well as ethical procedures recommended by our business organisations and the ten principles in UN’s “Global Compact”.

  • Sustainability Report 2015

    We fulfill our corporate responsibility by running our operations profitably and in a manner that complies with fundamental ethical values and respect for individuals, society as a whole and the environment. Read more
  • Borregaard joined Global Compact

    Borregaard has joined the United Nations Global Compact Programme, the world’s largest corporate responsibility initiative - with over 10,000 business and non-business participants in 135 countries. Read more
  • Sponsorship

    Local sponsorship and support activities are an investment in our community, both in terms of living environment, climate for business and cultural aspects. Read more
  • Corporate responsibility

    Borregaard's operations are international. Even though the challenges vary in the different activities and countries, Borregaard has the same principles as the basis for all their operations. Read more
  • EHS

    Borregaard bases its environment, health and safety policy on the following criteria: Read more