We share values to create value
At PMF we firmly believe in the principles of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and in the importance of contributing to the development of the community inherent in the existence of each individual.
We conduct our business in an ethical way, careful to ensure the economic, socio-cultural and environmental expectations of our customers coincide with those of third parties who, although not directly involved in our projects, are influenced by them.
Particular attention is paid to all those projects that have a significant impact on people’s well-being, such as school buildings and hospitals, where what really matters is being able to meet the expectations of the community.
Our contribution is towards economic and social development, while improving the quality of life of the local community and society at large.
As Waste Management Advisors, we strongly advocate responsible, environmentally sustainable and earth respectful conduct from all stakeholders involved.
The simple rules we commit ourselves to in our activity in this field are embodied in the 4 Rs principles:
By doing so we aim to preserve the beauty of our planet for generations to come.
We are able to create long-term value and make an important contribution to the sustainable development of our planet, also contributing to the development of local communities.
Change begins with the awareness and objective vision of realities distant from our daily life and the desire to contribute to the actual improvement in the lives of populations living in conditions of extreme poverty.
We are committed to supporting AMKA Onlus because since 2001 it has been working with integrated programs in Congo (RDC) and Guatemala that act on essential aspects and rights of life: water, health, work and education.
AMKA in Swahili means wake up, get up.
We support all the actions that AMKA is implementing to help the communities of Petén in Guatemala and Mabaya in the Congo, severely affected by the direct and indirect effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
We also support the Associazione Peter Pan Onlus which has been providing support for families with children with cancer since 1994; creating reception facilities for families who come to the capital to care for their children in the Bambino Gesù and Policlinico Umberto I hospitals.
Peter Pan is Home, Peter Pan is part of the cure.
We support the “Social-Health Integration” model that the Associazione Peter Pan has created to show how competent and organized volunteering, with a great ability to network and integrate with Healthcare Structures and Public Institutions, obtains excellent results.