Leicht Küchen
Participates in the climatic pact of the furniture industry

Energy efficiency and sustainable land development were also part of the construction of Leicht | World in focus. Photo: Leicht Küchen

Leicht Küchen participates in the Klimapakt of the German Gütegemeinschaft Möbel (DGM) and acquires the label "Klimaneutraler Möbelhersteller". With the certificate award, the company, which has always been sustainable, now fully neutralises its CO2 emissions and participates in the three-stage climate cycle (balancing, reduction, compensation) for the furniture industry at the highest level.

"The light quality, Made in Germany 'and the craftsmanship know-how distinguish the kitchen manufacturer from Waldstetten as well as his long-term sense of responsibility and commitment to climate protection. For years, Leicht has been using a very high proportion of green electricity in all areas of the company - with the aim of obtaining 100% electricity from renewable sources by the spring of 2020. In addition, the entire lighting has been converted to LED energy-saving lamps, wood waste from our own production is incinerated in the spirit of CO2 neutrality, and environmentally friendly and energy-conscious criteria have the highest priority when new machines are purchased. Also in the construction of company sites such as the light | In the world, the locally rooted kitchen manufacturer focuses on energy efficiency and sustainable development - important principles that have been pursued for a long time, implemented consistently and firmly anchored in future goals, "states a press release.

With the connection to the DGM-Klimapakt Leicht completes his efforts now and claims to be taking the last step towards climate neutrality. "For us as an internationally operating company, it is important to assume global responsibility. By joining the DGM Climate Pact, we are sending another clear signal towards an environmentally aware future, "says Stefan Waldenmaier, CEO of Leicht Küchen AG.