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Sustainability, The Siniat Mission

We are committed to sustainable development. Our goal is to have the lowest possible impact on our environment and the highest standards of health and safety. We are working continually to improve Siniat products and services to help make this happen.

Minimising our impact on the environment

Our aim is to lessen our environmental impact by optimising our processes. That means using energy more efficiently and use more energy from renewable sources, limiting our consumption of natural resources, using alternative materials, minimising water consumption, reducing factory emissions and minimising the waste material sent to landfill by recycling as much as possible. 

Gypsum to gypsum

Since 2013, we have been part of a multi-national collaboration with 16 industrial and academic partners in a 50% EU-funded project that seeks to boost closed-loop plasterboard recycling.

The objective of the GTOG project (‘Gypsum to Gypsum’) is to change the way gypsum based waste is treated. Despite the fact that a closed loop is possible, it rarely happens. The GTOG project aims at transforming the European gypsum demolition waste market to achieve higher recycling rates of gypsum waste and create a resource efficient economy. The project’s outcomes will benefit a number of product groups and the collaboration will strengthen Siniat’s position at the forefront of plasterboard recycling.

In 2013 our Bristol plant recycled more than 40,000 tons of gypsum waste, and we don’t plan on slowing down.

Find out more about G2G

better for everyone

At Siniat we care about our employees and their families, which is why we introduced Etex values, legislation and social practice. Helping us to create and maintain a safe and friendly environment to work in.

But it’s not just our employees that we care about. We also want to make sure that we have a positive impact on our local communities, which is why we’re involved in helping educational institutions, local charities, community projects and humanitarian work.

Learn more about local activities

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