Committed to the environment

We promote the reuse of materials and an efficient consumption derived from our logistics activity.


Environmental Management

In addition to the Quality and Information Security Management System, LTK has implemented an Environmental Management System (EMS) according to the standard of the ISO 14001 regulation certified by AENOR. Its scope embraces all the activities of the integral logistics process carried out in the ELC, “External Logistic Center” located in Seville.

The implementation and continuous improvement of this EMS highlights the organization’s commitment to the environment. The Quality and Environment Policy includes the principles that the company considers fundamental in its services performance. 
Those related to environmental sustainability are listed below:

  • 1/3
    Activity planning that guarantee the protection of nature through pollution prevention and a sustainable use of resources.

  • 2/3
    Development of internal activities that promote the reuse of packaging of material.

  • 3/3
    Formal commitment of the company and its upper management for the continuous improvement of the Management System, its effectiveness and the compliance with all its requirements, including those of a legal nature related to the environment.


Projects 2019

For the end of this year, LTK continues working to achieve the following purposes of environmental improvement

30 % reduction in plastic consumption

Environmental performance

  • Resources consumption

    The indicators of operational behavior, such as water and electricity consumption, are shown below.

  • Packaging management

    LTK works to reduce annually the resources consumption directly related to the logistics activity, such as the consumption of packaging material.

  • Hazardous waste management

    During 2018, 195 kg of hazardous waste have been generated and managed by authorized managers.

  • Containers prevention plan

    LTK has prepared a business plan for containers prevention by which we inform about the quantity of packaged products and, when appropriate, about industrial or commercial containers subject to generate packaging waste. In accordance with Royal Ordinance 782/1998, of April 30, which approves the regulation for the development and execution of Law 11/1997, of April 24, related to Containers and Packaging Waste.

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