After the Rio de Janeiro summit in 1992 and with the entry into force of the Kyoto protocol in February 2005, companies are making a great effort to commit to the environment.
Therefore, and since the start of its activity, CNTA has been working to improve the environment and reduce contamination. We have a series of guidelines that help us achieve our goals.
- Minimise waste
- Separate waste in origin
- Non-hazardous waste
- Organic waste
- Packaging waste
- Hazardous waste
- Solvents and mixtures of halogenated solvents
- Solvents and mixtures of non-halogenated solvents
- Rejected chemical products. Laboratory reagents (Kg)
- Batteries (alkaline and button)
- Contaminated material
- Used oil
- Aqueous chemical products that contain HW
- Contaminated plastic containers
- Contaminated glass containers
- Correct waste management by agents authorised by the Government of Navarre.
- Rational use of natural and energy resources.
- Compliance with all the legislative requirements on the environment and environmental prevention.
We are committed to the environment and to finding a way, day after day and with the aid of the entire CNTA workforce, to improve our environmental management system