Enhancing Customer Value, Reducing Environmental Impacts, and Assuming Social Responsibility

As a global company, Sika is committed to sustainable development. The company honors its responsibilities by offering sustainable solutions for energy-efficient constructions and environmentally-friendly vehicles. It also implements numerous projects and measures aimed at boosting the Group’s business, social, and ecological sustainability.

Sustainability: "More Value - Less Impact"

Sustainability Strategy

Sika is committed to continuously measure, improve, report and communicate sustainable value creation. “More value, less impact” refers to Sika’s commitment to maximizing the value of our solutions and contributions to all stakeholders while reducing risks and resource consumption.

Six strategic targets focus on economic performance, sustainable solutions, local communities/society, energy, water/waste, and occupational safety. Sustainability is one of Sika's key strategic pillars that is used as a competitive advantage to benefit all stakeholders. 

 

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Sustainable Solutions

Sika’s objective centers on supplying customers with innovative solutions that boost the efficiency, durability and aesthetic appeal of buildings, infrastructure constructions, installations, and vehicles.  Sika solutions are developed to help customers to make a positive environmental impact, or to address climate-related concerns.

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Sika Sustainability Report 2019

The Sika Sustainability Report is part of the Sika Annual Report. Please consult the Download Center for your copy of the report.

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GRI Standards

View the latest Sika GRI Report. The information contained in this report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards option “core». This is Sika’s seventh GRI report, and it covers the calendar year of 2019.

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United Nations Development Goals

Sika is making a contribution to the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, focusing on seven of the 17 goals. Among others, both the construction and the automotive industry highly influence these goals.

Triple Bottom Line Sustainability Framework

John Elkington began to measure sustainability during the mid-1990s by encompassing a new framework to measure performance. This accounting framework called the triple bottom line (TBL), went beyond the traditional categories of profit, return on investment, and shareholder value to include environmental and social dimensions. For Sika, the economical, social and environmental dimensions of reporting support sustainability goals.

 

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Economic Dimension

Taking a long-term perspective, sustainability is a key component of Sika's innovation drive. For buildings and industrial applications, Sika enhances durability and improves both energy and material efficiency.

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Environmental Dimension

The efficient use of energy and natural resources are crucial to sustainable development. Sika aims to minimize the impact on climate change by reducing energy consumption,  while lowering costs and increasing competitiveness.

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Social
Dimension

Social responsibility is a necessary component of success. Mindful of its obligations, Sika actively engages in sustainable and humanitarian development projects,  either as a  member of international organizations or directly on the spot.

LEED Documentation

EPD

What is an environmental product declaration (EPD)?

An environmental product declaration is a standardized document that summarizes the information on a product’s environmental performance. An EPD is based on the results of a life cycle analysis (LCA), which is a scientific approach to assess an environmental footprint in keeping with the internationally recognized ISO 14040 standard series. The declaration is drawn up according to a guideline that sets out standardized analysis and comparison rules for all types of building materials and products.

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More Value, Less Impact