QUALITY & SUSTAINABILITY

CHUBB works with an Integrated Management System (IMS) that captures the requirements of the latest industry best practices based on ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015.

As ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified company, all our cleaning range is manufactured to meet our client’s needs.

The highest quality and sustainability are at the core of our business. We work hard every day to:

√ Comply with the highest standards legislation and industry best practices.
√ Reduce waste and ensure the conservation and sustainable management of natural resources.
√ Invest in innovation. We follow a policy of steady growth and continuous improvement through the years providing customers with the best service and solutions.
√ Resources and management optimization to meet our customers’ needs.
√ Make our business comply with Health & Safety Law.

In addition to the ISO 14001:2015 certification, we strongly support our commitment with sustainability by working together with an IMS and authorised waste management companies.

√ Enforce a Plan to reduce the impact of packaging and packaging waste on the environment.

CHUBBS has reduced cardboard consumption by 10% and fuel used in transport and delivery by 3%, as a result of working closely with ECOEMBES, the Spanish national recovery organization and he company’s efforts.

√ CHUBB is a Zero Waste company. We work with an Environmental Management System, which help us reduce, gradually, our environmental impact.

No wastewater is put into the public sewer: everything is reused or sent to sewage treatment through certified companies. We are currently working with SGR and CEPSA on this matter.

A.I.S.E. Charter for Sustainable Cleaning Certificate of Commitment

The Charter for Sustainable Cleaning is a voluntary initiative of the European soaps, detergents and maintenance products industry.

The aim is to encourage the whole industry to undertake continual improvement in terms of sustainability and also to encourage consumers to adopt more sustainable ways of doing their washing, cleaning and household maintenance.

The Charter is a lifecycle analysis (LCA) based framework. It promotes and facilitates a common industry approach to sustainability practice and reporting. A wide variety of activities and initiatives are covered, ranging from the human and environmental safety of chemicals and products, to eco-efficiency, occupational health and safety, resource use and consumer information.

A.I.S.E., which represents the soaps, detergents and maintenance products industry in Europe, manages the Charter scheme on its behalf.