- The control and monitoring of the residues of Borges Agricultural & Industrial Edible Oils (BAIEO) have been satisfactorily evaluated.
- BAIEO obtains the Bureau Veritas Zero Waste certificate with the highest level of commitment, preventing more than 95% of waste from going to landfill.
Borges Agricultural & Industrial Edible Oils (BAIEO) has obtained the Zero Waste Management certificate for its industrial facilities located in Tàrrega. The certificate received, which is governed by Bureau Veritas standards, confirms that the waste generated in the plant is treated through responsible means such as recovery, recycling or subsequent recovery.
Achieving this certification and thanks to the evaluation of the control and monitoring of waste from the Tàrrega plant, BAIEO has been recognized as a company committed to:
- minimization of the environmental impact that fights climate changeor
- improving sustainable consumption by promoting reuse, recycling and,
- the use of waste, as a company that avoids sending waste to landfills.
In addition, the company is committed to also extending this certificate in other production centers.
Borges is committed to the circular economy, an economic model aimed at preserving the value of resources for as long as possible, creating a regenerative, circular and closed model. Following this method of work, Borges reuses and recycles all possible waste, which is why BAIEO has obtained the Zero Waste Management certificate with the highest level of commitment, achieving that more than 95% of its waste is reintroduced into the industry, thus promoting the circular economy and preventing waste from going to landfill.
Obtaining the Zero Waste Management certificate is an important milestone within its sustainability strategy that is framed under the concept of “Committed by Nature”, which involves prioritizing the use of recyclable materials in the manufacture of its packaging, reducing the consumption of plastics through lighter packaging and using recycled material. to ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns. All this to promote a healthy and healthy diet based on a model of responsible agriculture.