Sustainable Technologies and Solutions
DEC IMPIANTI S.p.A. is improving the environment by developing sustainable processes and solutions for industrial applications. Sustainable development is fully integrated throughout DEC and is consistently adding value for our customers and our company. DEC employees are developing innovative technologies that create economic growth and social benefits while using fewer natural resources and less carbon. In doing so, we are helping our customers increase their productivity and reduce their environmental impact.
We are constantly focused on achieving our mission of making our planet more productive. Environmental and social responsibility is one of our company’s core values. But the meaning of sustainable development has broadened. We have gone beyond measuring inputs and outputs and have begun to measure outcomes, such as net benefits and lasting social, environmental and economic value creation. We are also focused on the entire value chain, including suppliers, customers and other external stakeholders such as government agencies and nongovernmental organizations.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - Sustainability
DEC IMPIANTI leads the way in V.O.C. recovery solutions. Our unrivalled technical expertise and experience in solvent recovery systems (SRU) make us the world's leading contractor: no other entity has the same breadth and depth of experience or talented inert gas activated carbon solvent recovery engineering resource. This is reflected in our long-term alliances and service agreements with most of the industry's leading companies.
Close the Loop - Circular Economy
Population growth, urbanization and economic development are putting increasing pressure on a finite set of natural resources. Minimizing natural resource use and preserving biodiversity are imperative to ensuring the survival of the planet. These actions are also necessary for communities to continue to accept – and even welcome – the presence of businesses in their neighbourhoods. Since the industrial revolution, pollution and waste has constantly grown. What used to be regarded as 'waste', can be turned into a resource. The aim is to look beyond waste and to close the loop of the circular economy: all resources need to be managed more efficiently throughout their life cycle.