For GEA, sustainability means managing our business and its economic, ecological and societal impacts in a responsible manner and reporting on these in a spirit of transparency.
In our sustainability report for fiscal year 2021, we provide greater disclosure, across more topics than is required in standard non-financial statements. Readers will find in-depth information on human rights matters in our supply chain, an overview of our waste and water management strategy and activities, including how we contribute to several of the UN Sustainability Development Goals.
GEA Sustainability Report 2021
GEA Sustainability Report 2020 and explanatory notes
GEA Sustainability Report 2019 and explanatory notes
GEA Sustainability Report 2018 and explanatory notes
GEA Sustainability Report 2017
The Sustainablity Report for fiscal year 2021 is published as a stand-alone report – in addition to the Annual Report. The report has been prepared in accordance with the international standards set by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), applying the “Core“ option.Read more
GEA Code of Conduct
GEA Code of Conduct for Suppliers and Subcontractors
GEA QHSE Policy
GEA Water Policy
GEA Human Rights Policy
GEA Conflict Minerals Policy
GEA Information Security Policy
GEA Integrity Policy
GEA Competition Policy
GEA Community Engagement Policy
GEA Third Party Policy
GEA has gained top marks for its global climate and water stewardship from environmental non-profit organization CDP. The rankings place GEA well ahead of both Europe regional and sector averages.
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