Sustainability Report | Neodecortech

The Sustainability Report is the catalyst for all of our efforts on the vast front of sustainability, and gives us the opportunity to fully express the Group mission, focused on “the man, the environment, the quality of life, products and services offered to our clients”.

A constant commitment starting from the materials

Neodecortech aims to modulate its activity according to circular economy principles, the Group commits to put into practice sustainable procurement policies and to produce less waste possible, seeking to reuse or recycle them when possible, too.

Provenance of cellulose from certified forests


Cellulose reused and recycled from production waste


Efficiency in the production process


Towards the maximum reduction of environmental impact

The waste issue is managed with great attention, monitoring production processes waste and carefully evaluating and selecting waste transport and disposal companies.


non hazardous waste


hazardous waste







Energy management

CDG’s energy consumption, in the form of steam and electric energy, is entirely produced by BEG. From a circular economy perspective, BEG engines are fed with bioliquids, vegetable oil and animal byproducts. Since 2017, BEG only uses animal fat from Italian supplier as fuel, aware of the benefits deriving from a short supply chain.

With people in mind

Human resources are an essential and fundamental asset for a Company: people quality and competencies represent fundamental distinguishing aspects and contribute decisively to the competitive advantage.

Hours of training to employees during 2019


Full time permanent contract


Employees part of the company for more than a decade


On the territory actively

For the Neodecortech Group, donations and gifts are one of the means companies can use to actively contribute to local community life. The scope of these donations and gifts can be social - this includes: the contribution to the Municipality of Filago, to grant scholarships to the most deserving youngsters; the donation made to the Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital of Bergamo, to tackle the Coronavirus emergency; the donation to Diakonia Onlus, the association linked to the Bergamo Caritas, for the construction of a well in Africa - or cultural - such as the restoration and external improvement of the rural church of the Madonna di Loreto financed by Cartiere di Guarcino, and the contribution to Fondazione Donizetti of Bergamo.

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