Sustainability and social responsibility are points of great concern to Tuper. The company supports local initiatives that focus on social and economic development as well as improving the quality of life in its areas of influence. All this marked by a relationship of trust with the community, continuously enhanced on a permanent basis.

In the environmental area, Tuper is managed by an ISO 14001 certified management system and maintains practices to ensure environmental preservation and appreciation. When it comes to water, the concern is both for savings as well as for treatment. Rainwater is stored in tanks, treated and used in industrial processes. Later, it is once again treated to be reused or returned to nature with adjusted PH, avoiding any environmental harm.

Production waste also receives special attention. It is sent to landfills or recycling companies. Environmental agency inspections are used as an improvement tool, triggering preventive actions both inside and outside the company. Special attention is also placed on the technological development of exhaust system production which assists in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and respecting noise level requirements.

Tuper Corporate Environmental Policy

Tuper, engaged in steel processing with high quality and technology, operates in national and international markets respecting principles of ethics, eco-efficiency and social responsibility. The company recognizes sustainable development and continuous improvement as the base of its operations and establishes the following guiding elements of its Environmental Management System.

  • Ensure compliance with legal and subscribed requirements; o cumprimento dos requisitos legais e subscritos;
  • Seek the suitability of our production techniques and materials use, preventing pollution and mitigating significant environmental impacts, aimed at reducing waste generation as well as water and energy consumption;
  • Stimulate and train people to promote environmental protection in processes (direct and outsourced), in the pursuit of development and for the common benefit.

July, 2012