Managing waste to build a better environment
CONTINUED CONSOLIDATION OF MARKET LEADERSHIP IN PORTUGAL AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH FOR THE INTERNATIONAL MARKETS
Based on the mission, values and vision of the ten principles of the United Nation’s Global Compact, SUMA’s management is committed to managing the organization, from a perspective of continuous improvement, in accordance with the following committments:
COMMITTMENT TO COMPLIANCE
Compliance with legal, normative and contractual requisites applicable and other requisites that the organization subscribes.
COMMITTMENT TO CREATING VALUE
Create value for shareholders, clients, employees, suppliers and other interested parties.
COMMITTMENT TO LEADERSHIP
Consolidate leadership position on the national market, promote international business expansion and improve the perception of benefits for clients and other interested parties.
COMMITTMENT TO CLIENTS
Diversify and innovate to assure SUMA stays on the vanguard in regard to innovative waste management solutions that are integrated and efficient, and satisfy clients.
COMMITTMENT TO ITS PEOPLE AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT
Foster professional development for its employees, ensure their skills are suited to the functions they carry out, and provide support for employees and their social environment.
COMMITTMENT TO HEALTH AND SAFETY
Prevent health risks, control and protection to eliminate or reduce the risk hazards to ensure the safety and health of employees and other third parties.
COMMITTMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE
Prevention and control of pollution and a rational/efficient use of energy and water amongst other environmental factors.
COMMITMENT TO CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT
Continued improvement through the periodic revision of objectives, goals and processes, and the monitoring, measurement, analysis and ongoing innovation in regard to performance levels.
COMMITTMENT TO COMMUNICATE
Communicate adequately to all interested parties thereby promoting its involvement in the culture of quality, environment, safety, and innovation and social responsibility.
(entered into effect January 30, 2009)