EcoVadis Renews CONDAT’s Platinum Medal


Industrial lubricant specialist, CONDAT, has announced the renewal of its Platinum medal awarded by EcoVadis, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) platform. The company has demonstrated its commitment through concrete actions and its efforts to evolve its business model over the long term. This proactive approach allows the company to keep this medal obtained in 2021. With this result, CONDAT remains in the top 1% of the best rated companies in the world by EcoVadis.

CONDAT’s responsible commitment is based on one of the group’s core values: “Build to Last”. The French company is thus one of the precursors in the development of industrial lubricants with a reduced environmental impact, launching its first biodegradable lubricants over 20 years ago. The company also integrates sustainability goals at every stage of product life, as evidenced by its unique eco-designed product self-assessment system, the Lubriscore®.

Reducing the carbon impact of its production sites is also among its priorities. In 2022, significant efforts were made on its French site in reducing water consumption (-15%), electricity consumption (-18%) and on transport, the company was able to reduce its CO2 emissions by 8% compared to 2019.

In February 2023, CONDAT integrated the Climate Enterprise Convention (CEC). The ambition of this program is to support, for 10 months, companies and their managers to move towards the 'regenerative company', to go beyond the ambition of a responsible company by moving towards a business model that contributes to the environment.

With the climate challenges, CONDAT's objective is to encourage social and environmental commitment by offering a safe, efficient and least impactful product offer. Through this “raison d’être”, the company wants to show that a new path is possible thanks to the strength of its collective.



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