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For Istituto Ganassini a new low-impact production and logistics center

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For Istituto Ganassini a new low-impact production and logistics center

An innovative production and logistics center on the outskirts of Milan, packaging and formulas and low environmental impact and a sustainable brand, Bioclin: the ethical and environmental commitment of Istituto Ganassini – the Milanese dermocosmetic group (including the Rilastil, Korff and Vidermina brands) continues which became a Benefit company last year – which presented the 2021 Sustainability Report. “Since the beginning we have believed in an ethical business model that would protect people and the ecosystem – explains Vittoria Ganassini, Csr manager of Istituto Ganassini -. Our commitment starts from a specific attention in the care of packaging and in the formulations of our products. Our actions do not only concern the environment, but also extend to the social sector: in 2021 alone we activated 24 new projects with distinct associations at local and international level because we believe that to reduce our impact on society and on the planet we need to cooperation”.

Some examples are Bioclin’s support for Wami for the implementation of water projects in communities around the world and the Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversitỳ Onlus; and that of Rilastil in Marevivo and associations for women, such as Guri I Zi and Svs Dad. And the future unfolds between environmental protection and biodiversity, social responsibility and governance. The new production and logistics center that will be built on the outskirts of Milan is the result of an innovative and sustainable project that will further reduce the impact generated on the environment.

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“The ambition to expand and innovate the production department and internalize the logistics has triggered an innovation process transversal to every operational and managerial aspect, providing the keystone for the achievement of new and important sustainability objectives – says Matteo Piva, Innovation & Sustainability manager of Istituto Ganassini -. We decided to invest in a photovoltaic system capable of meeting our needs, thermal break walls to limit heat dispersion and a direct connection to the municipal purifier for waste water treatment. The rainwater will be reused to irrigate 15 thousand square meters of green areas at the service of our collaborators. In a few days we will lay the first stone, we are proud of the project and we are already thinking about the next steps ».

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