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Our sustainability approach

We are committed to doing more with less.

Based on our knowledge about the development of sustainable solutions, we are committed to always trying to do more with less. Thus, we will use our expertise and imagination to be more innovative and use the world’s limited resources efficiently. We will therefore continuously make real changes in the way we work, and it will involve all our employees.

We work in accordance with the UN sustainability agenda

Sustainability development at BIM are done in accordance with the UN Sustainability Agenda 2030, which states that sustainable development is defined as “development that satisfies the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to satisfy theirs”. BIM adapts the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and applies UN Global Compact, a voluntary initiative to encourage businesses worldwide to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policies.
We are specifically focusing on four goals that are most important to us and our stakeholders.

Communication on progress, COP 2021
Sustainability Policy at BIM group



BIM green chemistry and life cycle perspective

Green chemistry at BIM is about having a life cycle perspective and sustainability focus in everything we do, from sourcing of raw materials to the manufacturing at BIM, application at our customers, and the reuse of our products.

It is about defining the sustainability profile for a product, be able to communicate it to our customers, but also use it to improve data gaps and crucial sustainability aspects.



We measure our performance and improvement continuously

BIM has a set of sustainability Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in our Group common Balanced Score Card (BSC), involving aspects of e.g. Human Resources, Quality, Health and Safety, Supply Chain, Finance, Environment, and Product Development.

The BSC is continuously followed-up and reviewed by Group Management.

Our memberships and recognitions