For us, growth is not just a figure on the balance sheet


Sustainability culture in action at Wildeboer

As a major player in the technical building equipment industry, we recognise our special responsibility. TBE is a key sector for achieving climate targets. Wildeboer takes man-made climate change very seriously and is actively involved in tackling this challenge. Our active environmental sustainability is evident in all our processes and products.

Sustainability also means taking social responsibility and ensuring long-term, ethical business growth, thereby contributing to the continuity of companies and jobs. This aligns with our commitment to environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors.


SDGs – aspirational goals

In 2015, the United Nations defined 17 goals for the sustainable development of the world; the Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs for short. We acknowledge these goals and are committed to each and every one of them. We are particularly dedicated to the following aspects of the SDGs, which directly impact our work:

  • Gender Equality
  • Decent Work and Economic Growth
  • Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure
  • Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • Responsible Consumption and Production
  • Climate Action

We are aware that progress towards achieving these goals is moving too slowly worldwide, and we feel an even greater responsibility to contribute actively and promptly to sustainable development.


Our sustainable achievements

Den Ausstoß von Treibhausgasen senken, auf fossile Energieträger verzichten und natürliche Ressourcen schonen – das sind die wichtigsten Ziele unserer Nachhaltigkeitsstrategie. Wir bekennen uns zum Ziel der EU, die Treibhausgasemissionen bis 2030 um mindestens 55 Prozent zu senken. Um dies zu erreichen, greifen wir unter anderem zu folgenden Maßnahmen:

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions, avoiding fossil fuels, and conserving natural resources – these are the primary goals of our sustainability strategy. We commit to the EU's target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55 percent by 2030. To achieve this, we implement various measures, including:

  • Continuous improvement of energy performance with an energy management system ISO 50001
  • Monitoring consumers and consumption to identify further savings potentials
  • Modern, energy-efficient building infrastructure
  • Photovoltaic system with around 10,000 m² of installed area
  • Transition to green electricity
  • Transition to LED lights
  • Transition to E-Mobility
  • Waste reduction
  • and much more

Wildeboer and its sustainability team are constantly working on further measures. For the first time, and three years ahead of the mandatory EU directive, we have prepared a report for 2022 in accordance with the German Sustainability Code (DNK). It reflects the current state of our sustainability performance and can be viewed here:

Our DGNB membership

Wildeboer is a member of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB). The DGNB promotes the sustainable design, construction and use of buildings, giving equal consideration to ecological, economic and social objectives.