Compliance with sanitary and environmental standards at the enterprises of the "Dniprovska" group of companies is an important and uncompromising requirement in production activities, the principles of which are outlined in the Company's Environmental Policy.
Increasing the level of environmental safety of the "Dniprovska" group of companies occurs through:
- Reducing the negative impact of enterprises on the environment.
- Ensuring the priority of preserving the life and health of its employees in the process of work.
- Ensuring the protection of personnel and society from accidents and their consequences.
- Reduction of emissions into the atmosphere.
- Implementation of energy-saving measures.
- Technological rearmament and gradual decommissioning of obsolete equipment.
- Rational use of natural resources.
- Reduction of volumes of industrial waste and their rational secondary use.
- Prevention of emergency environmental situations and accidents that can lead to significant pollution of the natural environment.
- Development, improvement, and implementation of the Environmental Management System (EMS).
Today, the enterprises of the "Dniprovska" group of companies operate within the limits of the water and air balance of the regions without violations. The quality of treated wastewater meets the norms established for maximum permissible discharges, both in terms of volumes and concentrations.
Enterprises of the "Dniprovska" group of companies are subject to constant state control by the State Consumer Service and environmental inspections, as well as by their own staff-certified ecologists and persons responsible for environmental protection and dealing with environmental aspects of the enterprise's activities.
The company's poultry farms are built in accordance with the requirements of the State Sanitary Rules for the Planning and Development of Settlements, in compliance with the sanitary protection zone.
Poultry keeping conditions on poultry farms give preference to bringing them closer to natural conditions, in which the size of the premises in which the poultry are kept increases, and the number of kept heads per 1 m² decreases, to ensure the semi-free movement of animals.