The KEMIA team focuses its passion and experience on finding new processes that are tailor-made for the customer and in compliance with environmental standards.

From the outset, KEMIA has implemented several initiatives aimed at limiting environmental impact, including reducing the use of toxic substances, reusing packaging materials as well as recovering and reusing water.

The company has also installed a 120 kW photovoltaic system in the Castiglion Fiorentino factory in order to reduce electricity consumption and self-produce energy.


KEMIA is aware of its ethical, social, legal and economic responsibilities.
Compliance with all legal regulations as well as transparency in day-to-day actions has always characterised the company.
KEMIA has made culture, quality, respect, environmental protection and occupational health and safety the cornerstones of its conduct.
That is why it has implemented an integrated management system for quality, environment and safety.

The Management, within the framework of this integrated policy and in its commitment to its formal continuation, declares to:

  • Seeking the complete satisfaction of the needs and expectations of relevant related parties, carefully analysing the economic, political and social context in which we operate.
  • To guarantee a high standard of quality at every stage of the company’s processes, through careful communication with customers and the enhancement of internal resources, so that everyone, at every operational level, can bring their experience to improve the quality of what they deliver.
  • Continuously monitor and improve processes in terms of effectiveness and efficiency and ensure the availability of appropriate machinery, tools and environments as well as qualified, competent and professional personnel.
  • Continuously apply analyses and tests from the acceptance of raw materials to the final products, guaranteeing the quality of the supplied product.
  • Comply with applicable national and European regulations (standards, laws and standards)
  • To take an active role in the protection of the environment in the course of its activities, using methods and technologies suitable for preventing pollution and/or reducing interactions with the environment.
  • Optimise and reduce waste production over time.
  • Detect and prevent the environmental impact of activities.
  • Commit to continuous improvement of environmental performance and pollution prevention that limits the emission of pollutants into the atmosphere, water and soil.
  • Strengthen education and awareness activities on environmental issues for staff.
  • Strengthen information, education and training activities, involving all operators and making them aware of their individual obligations and the effects and consequences of all their actions to achieve the expected health and safety results.
  • Identifying the hazards of activities and assessing the risks to personnel in advance of existing and each new activity and/or process, to enable solutions to be adopted to prevent accidents and occupational diseases.
  • Provide safe and healthy working conditions to eliminate hazards, prevent injuries and reduce risks.
  • Commit to continuous improvement in the prevention of injuries and accidents.
  • Promote initiatives for consultation and participation of workers and their representatives.