We believe sustainability is a key element in our business model. We must be an essential change factor in order to sustain economic development, social well being and environmental protection.

Our social
and environmental commitments

Solving the problems that plague the planet and contributing to the improvement of the living conditions of our community is everyone’s responsibility.

Recicla, reutiliza, reusa
Sustainable Development Goals

Annually, the Group approves a Sustainability Report. We use as framework the 17 Sustainable Development Goals for 2030, passed by the United Nations in 2015. We focus our efforts in those goals we clearly can have an bigger impact on, and we establish 7 specific and measurable objectives for them:


Gender Equality

I. Implementing an Equality Plan for each of our sites, that must be formulated before the end of 2023.

Equality plans for Alonarti and Sociedade Artistica have been drafted. The only pending step is the validation of Alonarti’s plan by the Equality Committee.
Reduced Inequalities

III. Every site of the Group collaborates with at least one organization of shelter to less favored collectives, prioritizing those with proximity to our factories, thus contributing to inclusion within the communities we are a part of.

Collaborations active in 2022 continue successfully.
Reduced Inequalities

V. Duplicate the volume of recycled or reutilized material (3R) for 2025. In 2021 volume of purchases of 3R materials and delivery of materials for its proper recycling was 12,1% of total purchases, and we want to reach 25% in 2025.

The volume of 3R material has increased form 12.1% in 2021 to 18.54% in 2022.
A target of 20% has been set for 2023.

VII. For 2035 ALONARTI/ ARTISTICA Group must reduce CO2 emissions scopes 1 and 2 per produced tube with respect to the levels in 2015 from 18,37gr CO2 per 1000 tubes to 10 grams per 1000 tubes. That is, a total of 46% , exceeding the 43% the Paris Protocol aspires to, and preventing the emission of 1.550 ton of CO2 every year.

The emision per thousand tubes in 2022 were 15.57 grams CO2 at Alonarti and 14.51 grams CO2 at Sociedade Artistica, consolidating the trend of reduction. For 2023, a target of 12 grams CO2 per thounsand tubes has been set for Alonarti and 14 grams CO2 per thousand tubes for Sociedade Artistica.
Decent Work

II. Offering all our employees in the ALONARTI/ ARTISTICA Group a real career plan.

Commitment to pay a “Living Wage” for all our employees, enough to assure a decent standard of living for them and their families.

The goal of achieving versatility, currently in place at Alonarti, and the requirement to have an objective assesment system for all personell have been incorporated into the quality management system.
The objective assesment system for the maintenance staff has been implemented.
Responsible Consumption

IV. Proper management of 100% of residues, both dangerous and non-dangerous.

Both factories within the group ara managing waste in accordance with the set objective.
Clean Energy

VI. Changing our energy origin mix towards sustainable sources. In 2021, 43,3% of our consumption of electricity came from renewable energy sources. We want to see that in 2024 our electricity energy balance will have a 70% coming from renewable sources.

A target has been set for 2023 to increase from 47.58% to 53.45% at Alonarti and from 29.1% to 29.5% at Sociedade Artistica.
Decent Work

VIII. Implementing a whistleblowing channel for ALONARTI AND SOCIEDADE ARTISTICA before the end of 2023

Objective incorporated in 2023. It is expected to be achieved before the end of the fiscal year.


We recycle and reuse packaging for some of our customers, return circuit for pallets and reuse of cardboard and plastic boxes.

Collaboration project with several centers and NGOs, for the cleaning and tuning of boxes getting their recycling and extending their life cycle with their reuse.

Centers that support people with intellectual or physical disabilities.


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We work with Ecovadis for our sustainability assessment, measuring our environmental, social and ethical performance.

In our latest audit, we were awarded SILVER MEDAL, excelling 78% of the companies in our sector of activity.



We are part of CDP, an organization that manages and measures our environmental impact. We try to build a sustainable economy by measuring and understanding our environmental impact.

We are qualified by CDP as “A-“, placing us in the “Best in Class” group within our sector of activity, well above the “C” qualification of all European companies and the “D” obtained by industrial companies in particular.