Half of Companies Have Sustainability Policy
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More than half of surveyed companies have a sustainability system or policy, according to recent research published by Siemens Zrt. last week, according to hrportal.hu.
Activities that strengthen sustainability are primarily focused on waste management (95%), energy efficiency (85%) and water management (78%).
In a comprehensive survey of domestic industrial companies with 20 employees or more than HUF 1 billion in sales, the respondents mostly paid attention to environmentally conscious operations and took their share of social responsibility, but at the same time, the main hindering factor has been the lack of funds.
Almost half of them (45%) have already applied for external support to achieve sustainability goals.
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