Grifols allocated significant resources to environmental activities as part of its ongoing efforts to enhance its environmental performance and move forward on its 2017-2019 Environmental Program Policy objectives.
In 2019, 61% of investments were allocated to reduce water, energy and electrical consumption, contributing to a decrease in atmospheric emissions. Total investment in environmental assets reached EUR 1.9 million (EUR 2.8 million in 2018) while costs rose to EUR 19.9 million, increasing from EUR 15.5 million in 2018.
Seventy-one percent (71%) of environmental costs focused on waste management in Grifols’ various facilities.
Grifols’ work centers have a system that prioritizes the minimization of environmental risk by reducing occupational risk.
All employees involved in the management of environmental risks receive specific training as part of the company’s continuous development plan.
Grifols manages the prevention of environmental risks through an organizational system with a broad global reach: