Angelini Industries conducts its activities by following the highest ethical standards and with a constant focus on people and the communities in which it operates. This principle is applied concretely way through the implementation of processes and projects for environmental sustainability.
The Sustainability Report
The Sustainability Report of Angelini Industries reports the environmental and social, economic and governance impacts of the activities carried out by Angelini Industries and the Group's operating companies, with particular attention to practices and behavior towards collaborators, communities, the environment and, more generally, towards all the Group's stakeholders.
Innovation in pursuit of sustainability
Casa Angelini, Angelini Industries'headquarters in Rome, boasts technologically innovative and eco-sustainable architecture aimed at reducing its environmental impact.
The redevelopment of the 30,000 sq.m area was carried out using innovative technologies and satisfied all the requirements needed in terms of virtuous design and construction practices in construction of sustainable buildings with people in mind. As a consequence, Casa Angelini obtained PLATINUM-rated LEED international certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).
Angelini Pharma’s commitment
Angelini Pharma’s three production sites are examples of best practice in protecting the environment. In 2004, the company obtained UNI EN ISO 14001:2015 certification, which recognises environmental management systems for performance enhancement.
Significant investments have been made in clean energy production, including a 1,600 kW photovoltaic plant, a modern cogeneration system, new evaporation towers and new high-yield steam generators.
These new technologies have been integrated with an automatic management system that optimises the consumption of climatising systems used to create microclimates. Continuous improvement in energy consumption is supervised by an Energy Management Team.
All these measures have reduced CO2 emissions by more than 650 tons a year. There is also an ongoing effort to reduce the environmental impact of packaging by combining “green” innovation with the requirements for optimum product conservation. The packaging weight and volume have been reduced to optimise transport logistics with the consequent reduction in atmospheric pollution from vehicle exhausts. Moreover, recycled materials are extensively used.
Fater for the environment
Fater is committed to offering products that concretely improve people's lives and at the same time reduce the environmental impact of its activities. This is why the company has adopted the LCA approach to environmental sustainability aiming to reduce the impacts at each stage of the life cycle.
4 are the main guidelines:
Packaging: by reducing the use of virgin plastic in products;
Product design: designing new conceptually different products, designed to reduce the environmental impact;
Circularity: aiming for zero waste with projects to eliminate post-industrial and post-use waste (absorbent products) in order to obtain new secondary raw materials and using 100% recyclable packs
Green logistics: through more efficient solutions in the loading of trucks and the choice of routes and combinations of vehicles with less impact.
Angelini Wines & Estates
Natural, transparent and sustainable
Care and respect for the environment have always been elements of the culture and philosophy of Angelini Wines & Estates. The agricultural branch of Angelini Industries combines ethical values and transparency in production along with a deep commitment to environmental sustainability, which represents not only a production method but a clear behavioural choice.
Angelini Wines & Estates has in fact chosen to start the organic certification process on Tenuta Trerose, with its 103 hectares of vineyards in the heart of the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. The project ended with the achievement of the EQUALITAS certification in 2022. Since 2015, the use of weedkillers, insecticides and products with a high environmental impact has been banned from all properties. Moreover, all of the wineries are involved in a programme to optimise energy consumption.