We have committed to sustainability and environmental protection. For the highest possible recycling quota we separate the waste where it is generated. It is disposed of by certified recycling companies, environmentally sound and in accordance with the law.
Efficient and legally compliant safety provisions are important to us. The careful briefing of our employees on safety and health protection in the workplace is a given precaution that Ahauser Gummiwalzen takes for all work areas and situations. We fully comply with the German Occupational Safety and Health Act.
We are committed to socially responsible and fair behaviour. We are a member of SEDEX (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange). SEDEX is an online platform where the member companies publish information and data related to the production site on the topics of working conditions, work safety & hygiene, company integrity and environmental management. This is supposed to provide transparency throughout the whole world-wide supply chain. Furthermore, we are a member of the following organisations:
Social commitment is part of a company’s responsible behaviour. We support a multitude of non-profit organisations as well as young talents in the field of education and sports.
Childhood dementia NCL is a metabolic disease in children that has hardly been researched so far. It is not curable and will eventually lead to death. We enable research projects and information campaigns with donations to the foundation in order to give those affected the hope for a new treatment or healing approaches to be developed.
For more than 70 years, World Vision has been following the approach of providing help for self-help to support children and their families on their ways out of poverty. Ahauser Gummiwalzen is a long-term supporter of World Vision and sponsors a child.
Education and support of our children are particularly dear to us. This is why we support the “zdi-Zentrum Kreis Borken” initiative. The “house of young researchers” (Haus der kleinen Forscher) is a federal initiative to support early education in technology and natural sciences. With further education offers and materials, the “house of young researchers” supports pedagogic specialists in accompanying and supporting children aged 3 to 10 in the STEM subjects.