The CEMEX plant in Morata, thanks to its strategy in the area of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), has obtained for the third consecutive year the RSA + seal that is awarded annually by the Government of Aragon. The aim of this recognition is to highlight the commitment of those companies that operate autonomously and that apply the key aspects of sustainability in all business areas.
In this sense, the certification granted by the Aragonese Government through the RSA Board has valued the measures carried out by the Morata factory in aspects such as environmental control measures, investments aimed at both the production processes and the products being more respectful of the environment, the volunteering and social action of its employees, the involvement of the company in promoting culture, education and sport in Aragon and CEMEX's commitment to the SDGs and compliance with the Agenda 2030 of the UN.
In Aragon, CEMEX has a CSR team made up of 12 volunteer employees from different departments, who collect the needs and demands of both workers and stakeholders to study and implement them.
The director of the CEMEX factory in Morata de Jalón, Alfonso Conde, has stated that “this seal values the work and effort of the company for the development of the town, the improvement of the quality of life of the workers and citizens and caring for the environment”.
This certification recognises CEMEX's business strategy, which integrates sustainability in a transversal way in all its activities, from daily operations to decision-making processes around the world. The company's objective is to reverse the effects of climate change through concrete actions such as the decarbonisation of cement production, research to develop sustainable solutions or alliances with strategic partners, which allow it to be at the forefront of innovation, thus betting on a more sustainable future.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/24112020/cemex-receives-the-rsa-seal-from-the-government-of-aragon/
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