"By systematically measuring and improving our energy efficiency, we save valuable resources and reduce our costs," says Plant Manager Dr. Stefan Kästner. Systematic energy management aims to use energy for the operation of a company or plant as efficiently, economically and environmentally friendly as possible. This is supposed to
- Reduce costs
- Reduce environmental risks
- Use technical progress
- Allocate energy consumption in operation according to the source.
For many years, Hydro in Grevenbroich has had its systematic quality and environmental management tested and certified in accordance with the industry standards ISO TS 16.949 (quality management in the automotive industry), ISO 9.001 (quality management in general) and ISO 14.001 (environmental management). The latest certificates were issued by TÜV Rheinland Cert GmbH.
Hydro also uses certification at its other nine operating locations in Germany as an opportunity to have its own, systematic practice and performance checked and certified by independent experts.