Miko, through the update of its sustainability report, demonstrates its ongoing commitment to transparently communicate its environmental, social and economic impact to its stakeholders. The Sustainability Report was prepared following the guidelines set by the “Global Reporting Initiative” published in 2021.
Continuous innovation and technological improvement of the process
Verticalization of Know-How, with qualified in-house personnel through training, general culture, awareness, and motivation
Ethics, through a commitment to adopting correct, dignified, and respectful behavior both within and outside the company
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Miko operates with an awareness of the importance that respect for social and environmental balance holds for its stakeholders. The company adheres to the ethical principles described in the Code of Ethics and promotes a sustainability-oriented governance, based on certified management systems and an organizational model in accordance with D. Lgs. 231/2001.
Procurement of energy solely from renewable sources with guarantees of origin since 2021 .
Commitment to offset GHG emissions through investments in the Bosco Sacile forest management plan, planting 5,000 trees, and in the forest restoration project in Huong Son, Vietnam.
Procurement of energy solely from renewable sources with guarantees of origin since 2021.
The results achieved in customer and supplier relationships, energy consumption efficiency, reduction of CO2 emissions, water and waste management, and value creation would not have been possible without the commitment and skills of the company’s employees.
optimizing the use of energy sources and natural resources
minimizing negative environmental impacts and maximizing positive ones
promoting a correct approach to environmental issues
continuously improving environmental performance
adopting environmentally sustainable procurement policies
The company aims to continue reducing and offsetting CO2 emissions, aiming to become Climate Positive (contributing to further emission reductions beyond offsetting) by 2030.
Below are some indicators:
93.583 GJ total energy consumed
5.233 ton CO2 eq
353.662 ML water extracted
199.039 kg of waste destined for recovery