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Businesses are considered as a part of a community. They are entities which are strictly linked both with society and environment that are been surrounded as they are the ones who define a social statement and interact with it. There is neither a society without a business nor a business without society. Their duty so is to undertake the responsibility towards society and environment.
UTECO ABEE as taking into consideration this responsibility, apply a policy plan which included in social and environmental activity, cultural programs and research actions which are defined by an anthropocentric and equal human resources policy.
The term Corporate Social Responsibility or Business Social Responsibility refers to the responsibility of each company for its impact on social becoming. For UTECO, CSR is the amount of activities and actions with which contribute to deal with social and environmental issues that always occupied the global community. Our company has decided to return to community in order to serve the values and ideals of culture as they are expressed by art, sports, employment, youth, original creation and the strengthening of local and supra-local structures.
Corporate Social Responsibility is a conscious commitment for our company to keep up with continuous sustainable improvement. Meanwhile, it directly connects with our business functions, determining the way our company chooses to proceed, steadily, looking towards sustainable development, and directly into our vision, the mission we want to accomplish as well as the values of Sustainability.
UTECO through the CSR, expresses its firm commitment to the goal of Sustainable Development. The development that meets today’s needs to ensure a better tomorrow. We put to use our powers, our resources as well as our partnerships to create a sustainable value in every stage of our business. We do not keep our attention only at our accomplished actions, we look into how we proceed them as well, ensuring our substantial contribution to local communities.