Read about our progress in our Annual and Sustainability report 2017 with the complementary GRI Appendix.
Our sustainability strategy is linked to the United Nations Agenda 2030. The four focus areas mainly contribute to six of the seventeen sustainable development goals (SDG).
Our business shall be conducted in a responsible manner. All employees, agents, distributors and suppliers are obligated to follow the Mycronic code of conduct. It covers topics such as anti-corruption, labour rights, human rights, and environment. In addition suppliers have a separate supplier code of conduct. In event of a breach of the Mycronic code of conduct an external and anonymous whistle-blower service is in place to which observations can be reported.
Information security is of high importance to minimize business risk and we work hard to maintain a high standard. We continuously invest in IT-systems to safeguard
us from any potential data breaches.
This focus area addresses the UN SDG goals 8: Decent work and economic growth and 16: Peace, Justice and strong institutions.
Code of Conduct
Reduced environmental impact
At Mycronic we work to reduce the environmental impact, not just in our operations but also during the product lifecycle. We strive to reduce our carbon footprint and our waste, as well as to avoid hazardous substances. Like all producing companies product quality is very important and has a direct link to the environmental impact. Insufficient product quality impacts the environment through increased use of resources such as material and energy. All producing sites have quality management systems that are certified according to the ISO 9001 standard. The Swedish site, AEi and Axxon are also certified according to the environmental standard ISO14001:2015.
This focus area addresses the UN SDG goals 12: Responsible consumption and production and 13: Climate action.
WEEE- Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Mycronic AB recognizes the importance of the WEEE directive, and strongly supports the responsible disposal of products to preserve, protect and improve the quality of the environment, protect human health and utilise natural resources prudently and rationally.
Mycronic AB supplies products Business to Business. All qualifying products are marked with the crossed out wheelie bin to encourage proper recycling of our products.
Recycling for Customers
For duly marked EEE Mycronic products sold by Mycronic in the European Union after 15th August 2018, Mycronic will arrange the responsible disposal of EEE products by professional recycling and take-back schemes.
Recycling arrangements are country dependent. In most cases recycling costs are free of charge but a collection charge may apply. Please contact us for further information.
Non-European customers shall contact local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
As part of compliance with the WEEE Directive, Mycronic AB provides instructions on the safe disassembly of products to registered agencies responsible for the disassembly and recycling of Mycronic products. Please contact us for additional information.
To receive recycling information please contact your dealer or fill in the form by clicking on one of the links below.
At Mycronic our competent, innovative and passionate employees are the foundation
for our sustainable business success. We strive to ensure continuous employee development and a safe and healthy work environment. Diversity is one of the corner stones in our work in order to be an attractive employer and mirror society. Equal pay for equal work includes all at Mycronic.
This focus area addresses the UN SDG goals 5: Gender equality and 8: Decent work and economic growth.
Working at Mycronic
Mycronic is a high-tech company with innovation as a cornerstone in our company culture. We have been innovative for more than 40 years and are enabling the future of electronics. Mycronic has more than 490 patents.
We continue to invest in an innovative workplace and have through acquisitions now R&D centers at 7 locations around the globe of which several are close to top universities for example Stockholm, Grenoble, and Boston.
This focus area addresses the UN SDG goal 9: Industry, Innovation and infrastructure.
Our knowledge is key