- The assessment is the result of the analysis of more than 250 variables declared by the company and verified by the Ecomundis audit team
- The company has been recognised in human rights, labour practices, environment, operational practices, consumer affairs, community engagement, and governance and transparency
Delta Tecnic, a technology partner specialized in masterbatch solutions for the cable and PVC industry, has obtained the level B accreditation corresponding to its Sustainability Index with value RS-1085 in the RS26000 Report generated on the Right Supply platform. This assessment is the result of the analysis of more than 250 variables declared by the organisation and verified by the Ecomundis audit team.
Delta Tecnic has achieved high recognition in the areas of human rights, labour practices, environment, fair operating practices, consumer affairs, community engagement, and governance and transparency.
The report is based on the ISO 26000 standard and the UN 2030 Agenda, and is compatible with the UN Global Compact Progress Report. This document objectively reflects the values, policies, indicators and actions of Delta Tecnic in terms of corporate social responsibility and good governance.
Therefore, Right Supply accredits Delta Tecnic’s adherence to its system of suppliers committed to sustainable development. Likewise, the recognition is based on Delta Tecnic’s data for the financial year 2020, although the RS26000 Report will be updated in the coming months with the information corresponding to the year 2021.
Delta Tecnic promotes the revalorisation of plastic waste
The plastics industry offers numerous opportunities to all those companies that have waste that can be recycled. Through certain treatments and colouring processes it is possible to give scrap a second life and revalue products whose life cycle has come to an end. The recyclability of PVC shows that the business associated with plastic waste has a long way to go.
PVC has an inherent sustainable nature. Made from sodium chloride (57%) and petroleum derivatives (43%), it contains less carbon than most major thermoplastics. In addition, it can be recycled repeatedly depending on the application. With this in mind, Delta Tecnic is committed to the circular economy and optimising recycling, helping its customers to revalue their waste in terms of colour. Good management and colour sorting of PVC waste will undoubtedly help to increase the added value of the second life of these recycled products.
In Delta Tecnic’s case, manufacturers sort the scrap by colour and the company applies a masterbartch that revalorises that waste. Conceptually, Delta Tecnic can help the world’s recycling rate to be higher. As a global target, the company helps the recyclability of PVC, in line with the industry.