SUSTAINABILITY


DFN

Consolidated Non-Financial Statement 2020

In this historical moment marked by the pandemic crisis and by the growing climate risks, companies are increasingly taking part in the transition to sustainable models, after having become aware of the impacts that they can generate on the environment and on all stakeholders involved in their business activities. With this first Consolidated Non-Financial Statement, TAS Group kicks off a path of analysis and sharing of its non-financial performance, with the aim of contributing actively to a more sustainable economy and to communicate in an increasingly effective and transparent way with its stakeholders.

 Consolidated Non-Financial Statement 2020 

Ethical Code

Ethical Code and Organizational Model 231

TAS Group’s Code of Ethics highlights the values, duties, rights and responsibilities with respect to all the subjects with whom the company relates. The Ethical Code assumes that each external subject acts towards TAS according to principles inspired by an analogous ethical behaviour. The Organizational Model, in compliance with Legislative Decree 231/2001, defines a system of behavioral rules and control activities aimed at preventing the commission of crimes by identifying the possible areas of risk and by raising awareness of all company levels on the established behavioral rules and procedures.

 Ethical Code   231 Organizational Model 

Ecoplastfriend TAS

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TAS Group for the Environment

TAS Group is part of the community Ecoplastfriends whose mission is eco-sustainability through the recycling of waste materials, thanks also to the production of innovative materials such as Ecoallene, an eco-friendly material offering a great variety of uses, obtained by recycling items otherwise intended for incinerators or landfills.

TAS Group for Children

TAS Group supports organizations Rise Against Hunger and TOG . Both organizations deal with the health and well-being of children in the world. In 2019 TAS received the  Certificate of Merit  for contributing to the #FameZero goal by donating 15,876 meals, aimed at unlocking access to education for boys and girls in Sub-Saharan Africa.

TAS Group for research

TAS Group is alongside BNL in supporting the research on rare genetic diseases conducted by Telethon.
Every year we renew the appointment with the relay race
  8x20 BNL for Telethon, running together to help fund researchers and projects in the hope that the cure of rare diseases becomes increasingly a reality for many.