Ecological thinking and behaviour have a long tradition at Bene. They span all company divisions – from product development, procurement, production and logistics to product recycling. Our sustainability strategy is based on these three pillars: economic, ecological and social responsibility.
Today, people and companies have a much greater awareness of their responsibilities for sustainability issues than they did a few years ago. In the office furniture sector, the importance of corresponding concepts has increased noticeably in recent years, particularly as a result of the proliferation of eco-labels such as the Blue Angel, and the introduction of various building certification standards. Today, a sustainable building also needs sustainable contract furniture.
The long version for the reporting period 2021-2022 will be available on this page in October 2023.
The EU Ecolabel was launched by the European Commission in 1992. The eco-label is awarded to products and services that have a lower environmental impact than comparable offerings.
Find out how he meets the challenges of design and design thinking in this ONLINE EXPERT TALK with Luke Pearson, co-founder of the design studio Pearson Lloyd.