Among the top 5 percent

REHAU awarded gold medal by EcoVadis


In recognition of its sustainability successes, REHAU has been awarded the Gold Medal by EcoVadis in the current sustainability rating, placing it among the top 5 percent of participants. This is the third year in a row that the company has received the coveted award from the globally recognized rating agency.

Transparent and independent sustainability communication is becoming increasingly important for customers and suppliers. Sustainability ratings play a key role here, as they provide reliable guidance and are therefore eagerly awaited every year. The latest EcoVadis rating has now been published. 

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With 75 out of a possible 100 points in the overall assessment, the REHAU Group was once again able to improve and secure Gold certification for the third time in a row. This puts the company in the top 5 percent of all participating companies and the top 1 percent in the plastic goods sector. "We are very proud of this result, because it shows that we are taking the right measures and are constantly improving," says Andreas Jenne, Head of Sustainability at REHAU Industries. "However, the rating also reveals the areas in which we still have room for improvement, such as sustainable procurement. We can now make targeted improvements there." In addition to the overall improvement, the rating also positively highlighted the company's participation in the CDP rating and its advanced management system in the areas of environment, labor and human rights.

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About EcoVadis

The independent rating agency EcoVadis has been evaluating the sustainability performance of companies in the categories of environment, labor and human rights, ethics and sustainable procurement since 2007. The methodology is based on international sustainability standards such as the Global Compact principles, the conventions of the International Labor Organization (ILO), the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standard, the ISO 26000 standard and the CERES principles. With a total of 21 sustainability criteria and weighting based on seven management indicators, it makes the activities of companies with international supply chains measurable and comparable. The holistic EcoVadis ratings show the commitment to sustainability and create trust and transparency for business partners.

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