Corporate social responsibility
Long-term sustainability is at the core of our business. As a family run company, we are fully conscious of our responsibility towards future generations. That is why we adopted the principles of circular economy and would like to steer not only our business, but also the whole beverage industry, towards long-term sustainability.
Doing Business Responsibly
We maintain our springs and sources so that we can pass them on to future generations in all their crystal clarity.
We can no longer afford disposability. The future is circular.
Protection of springs
We have a responsibility towards the surroundings of our springs as well as the mineral water itself. We protect our sources and monitor them continually.
All packaging used by our company is 100% recyclable. We want to be able to recycle our containers perpetually and locally.
Focusing on quality
Quality of products and production processes is our priority. We focus on quality management.
We support the introduction of a deposit-refund system on plastic bottles and metal cans in every country where we operate.
We maintain traditions
We take part in the restoration of historic spa buildings situated in the vicinity of our springs. We make our heritage available to the public.
In nature, water naturally flows and circulates. Disposability and waste are non-existent; everything is utilized and transformed into a resource. This is the way human activity should be. We want to live in a world where waste is a resource, where there is no litter in nature, where energy is not wasted but reused. The beverage industry has a unique opportunity to become fully circular. All it takes is to get true recycling going, on a "bottle to bottle", or "can to can" basis. That way, our 100% recyclable beverage containers can be used virtually ad infinitum.
Examples of a responsible modus operandi
Reducing electricity consumption
The first circular bottle
We value the tradition and history of our brands. We strive to restore the listed compound of a former spa in Kyselka, where the Mattoni 1873 group was born. Our historical buildings are renovated one by one and subsequently repurposed – the Löschner pavilion became the Mattoni museum, whereas the restored Stallburg house was turned into an apartment building, the reconstructed hotel Praha will welcome the IT department of the Company.