Since 2010, Biosigma has installed photovoltaic systems that generate 400,000 kWh/year and prevent the emission of 240,000 kg CO₂ per year
ISO 14001 is a tool that will allow the organization to manage the environmental impacts of its activities in accordance with the applicable law, continuous improvement, from a pro-active attitude towards environmental issues.
Treedom® is the first platform in the world that allows planting a tree from a distance and following the story of the project online. Using this platform, Biosigma has already planted more than 500 trees.
Biosigma takes part to CONAI, a private non-profit consortium created to increase the recovery and reciclying of packaging.
We are directly supporting Ogyre fishing for litter project, a way of recovering waste from the sea with fishermen.
They bring the marine litter to shore where our partner will pick up, catalogue, sort and dispose of it properly.
ISCC certification is a voluntary scheme that is applicable for the bioeconomy and circular economy for food, feed, chemicals, plastics, packaging, textiles and renewable feedstock derived from a process using renewable energy sources. ISCC PLUS covers the same certification requirements as ISCC EU but can be customised to meet the needs of different markets or specific applications. All kinds of biomass, waste and residues, non-biological renewables and recycled carbon materials can be certified under ISCC PLUS.
ESG ambition: Biosigma is working to arrive adopting ESG principles. It means that corporate strategy focuses on the three pillars of the environment, social, and governance. This means taking measures to lower pollution, CO2 output, and reduce waste. It also means having a diverse and inclusive workforce, at the entry-level and all the way up to the board of directors.
Product disposal: the products NOT used are considered non-hazardous and can be recycled after appropriate treatment. Used devices are to be considered potentially infectious (hazardous waste) and disposed of according to current regulations.
Packaging disposal: Collect the packing material and place it in the appropriate collection containers at your organization.