A company that cares about protecting our planet, DORO has implemented measures aimed at limiting the environmental impact of its business:
Recycling of cardboard waste.
Separated collection of ink, varnish and glue.
Development of thermal (non-chemical) printing plates.
Use of double-deck lorries, whenever possible, for the transport of our cases to limit our carbon footprint.
Doro and woodland
Already holding FSC and PEFC certification, DORO was keen to sign up to the “Monaco makes a commitment against deforestation” initiative. By signing this charter we are confirming out commitment to fight to preserve forests.
Social and corporate responsibility
Doro is now a member of ÉcoVadis, a CSR analysis system based on 21 criteria and 4 themes (Environment, Fair Labour Practices, Ethics/Fair Business Practices, Supply Chain). Its methodology is built on international standards for sustainable development, in particular the Global Reporting Initiative, the United Nations Global Compact, and the ISO 26000 standard. It encompasses 150 sectors of activity and 140 countries.
Through this initiative, Doro intends not only to play its part in addressing the challenges of sustainable development, but also to incorporate in its business model issues such as fair labour practices, respect for human rights, and solidarity sourcing, while also respecting the rules of good governance. This goal will guide our global policy over the coming years.
Doro and solar energy
During work taking place on our Carros warehouse, we had the opportunity to consider the possibility of installing photovoltaic panels on the roof. The project finally took shape in conjunction with the company TENERGIE, and today the installation produces 250 kWc.