Sustainable development

Sustainable development is one of the main priorities of the Group Somaco. In this respect we invest constantly in projects like:
- Health and safety
- Environmental protection
- Corporate social responsibility

Health and safety

Health and safety

The Group Somaco constantly invests in order to improve the health and safety of the employees and of the third parties/subcontractors. We build a solid corporate culture which highlights the priorities "Safety first" and "Zero accidents".

The investments target the acquisition of safe working equipments, the modernization of safety devices for the equipments, as well as safety campaigns aiming at increasing the risk awareness and prevention.

Environmental protection

Environmental protection

The Group Somaco pays an increasing attention to environmental aspects and commits itself for promoting a healthy environmental policy.

Our current environmental projects target recycling and development of ecologically efficient products and processes.


Corporate social responsibility

Because we are an important member of the local communities, we launched several social responsibility projects for the benefit of the communities we are operating in: Muntenia (Bucuresti, Buzau), Moldova (Adjud, Roman) and Transylvania region (Teius).

We wish to be a safe employer for our collaborators so we promote permanent health and safety projects.

We wish to ensure environmental protection in order to allow the local communities to live and develop in a clean and durable enviroment.

We encourage our employees to become volunteers for activities with social impact, in the benefit of orphans, schools and hospitals.

Sustainable development

Serviciu Clienti Sustainable development

Did you know that?

...The autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) can be 100% recycled?

...During the ACC production process we release only steam?

...AAC does not burn, does not release toxic emissions, it breathes and ensures a healthy air inside the buildings?

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