Sofidel, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of toilet and household paper, aims to promote the “Clean Living” concept in the production of its products. It is a concept that encompasses the three pillars of its way of doing business: clean life for daily needs, for a healthier planet, and for integrity and respect. Sofidel intends to actively contribute to the common good and to build a positive future for the planet and people.
“Clean Living summarizes the ideas and values that inspire and give substance to our work. Product, environment, people: Clean Living encapsulates the main levels through which we intend to contribute actively to the common good and to building a positive future for the planet and for people”, the company commented in a note on LinkedIn.
According to the company, this is a way to immediately make the rationale behind the Group’s sustainable development strategy evident, to contextualize policy options and to respond to the “call to action” for the future.
THE PRODUCT: FOR DAILY NEEDS
Sofidel disposable tissue paper products are designed to help improve and simplify people’s daily lives and offer consumers innovative solutions that create added value in terms of health, hygiene and integral well-being for people, cleaning from home and to public and workspaces.
THE ENVIRONMENT: FOR A HEALTHIER PLANET
With the aim of driving the shift to an economy with a low carbon impact and reduced consumption of natural capital, the concept of this pillar is inspired by the “ecological transition”.
This translates into a responsible supply of forest raw materials, optimizing the use of water resources, the energy efficiency of plants and processes, reducing waste, limiting the use of conventional plastic in product packaging and promoting responsible consumption and the culture of sustainability.
THE PEOPLE: FOR INTEGRITY AND RESPECT
This last pillar also highlights Sofidel’s way of doing business, which is based on integrity of conduct and mutual respect for the values of professionalism, competence, honesty, ethics, and transparency with all its stakeholders. In addition to the search for practices of inclusion, exchange, participation and correct information. And of course, it’s about the courage and moral strength to envision a positive future and begin to make it a reality today.
“These three pillars are the areas in which the Sofidel Group want to play an active role in helping to create the world of tomorrow. To start building a healthier, cleaner future and a more equitable, inclusive society,” the company stated on its website.
The Sofidel Group considers sustainability as a strategic growth factor and is committed to reducing its impact on natural capital and maximizing social benefits, setting the goal of creating shared assets for all stakeholders.