Our environmental policy

BRUGG Pipes is committed to sustainable development and bases its EHS environmental policy on respect for people and their environment while staying consistent with good economic performance.

Based on the company objectives, vision and the management handbook of the BRUGG Group, the aim is to reduce EHS risks to a minimum and to meet the expectations of our employees, customers and other stakeholders in the field of EHS.
To this end, our management system is based on the ISO 9001, ISO 45001 and ISO 14001 standards

BRUGG Rohrsystem AG --> ISO 9001, ISO 45001 and ISO 14001

BRUGG German Pipe GmbH --> ISO 9001 | ISO 14001


That is why we are committed to:

Acting responsibly and sustainably to continuously optimise the safety and health of people and the environment

Using our resources sparingly and minimising our environmental impact where possible

An appropriate information policy towards our employees

Continuously improving our efforts to develop in the field of EHS

Complying with legal and statutory requirements

Respecting the idea of sustainability

Conscious use of resources and a reduction in environmentally harmful emissions and the waste we create

Involving and informing all relevant and interested partners, such as customers, suppliers and authorities regarding our efforts to improve environmental protection as well as occupational health and safety

Environmental policy of BRUGG Pipes as PDF

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Did you know?

In a joint pilot project with the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, we recorded the corporate carbon footprint (CCF) at our Wunstorf site for the first time in accordance with the principles of the GHG Protocol (scope 1 and 2).

We are thrilled that we have been able to reduce CO2 emissions within the last two years despite our growing business and an increasing number of employees. "Of course, we experienced a special effect in 2020 due to COVID-related travel restrictions", explains Dr. Samy Saab, CSO at the Wunstorf site, "but that won’t stop us from proactively looking for other ways to continue to improve our carbon footprint".