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Environment

Fluorital always pays particular attention to the environmental impact caused by the use of its products. It has always had an active role in the production of paints with low solvent content and low emissions of the same into the atmosphere.


Constant commitment towards environment

As a company that does business in the chemical industry, Fluorital is well aware of its responsibility towards the environment. For this reason, it has always taken into account the commitments undertaken in its environmental policy.

How is this environmental responsibility to be proved though? For Fluorital, this has become a proper challenge and a constant commitment towards environmentally conscious customers, who are also aware that environmental sustainability is an integral part of its corporate philosophy.

Fluorital S.r.l. operates in compliance with the environmental management systems UNI ISO 14001:2004. Its approach to its own management is increasingly strategic and its objective is the improvement of environmental protection and the reduction to the minimum or elimination of the impact of its products and systems on the environment.

Fluorital S.r.l. operates in compliance with the environmental management systems UNI ISO 14001:2004

All our waterborne paints are non-flammable, with the consequent advantage of making stock organization easier and the management of coating plants safer.

 Paints are water-soluble and have a minimum content of volatile organic compounds (VOC).

These objectives have been developed starting from the initial identification of the environmental aspects, thanks to the Initial Environmental Review.

Through in-depth analyses of the activities carried out in the plant, the following significant environments aspects are considered/analyzed by a Team of experts:

  • air pollution emissions and use/presence of hazardous substances;
  • production of waste;
  • consumption of raw materials, energy, water and natural resources;
  • noise, odors, vibrations;
  • visual impact;
  • atmosphere and aquatic environment, soil and subsoil;
  • vegetal and animal species and landscape;
  • human communities.