Wasserwerk

We assume social responsibility for man and nature.

 

Sustaina­bi­li­ty is a pri­ma­ry con­cern of our com­pa­ny. Stahl­werk Anna­hütte is lo­ca­ted par­al­lel to the Saa­la­ch Ri­ver that forms the bor­der bet­ween Ger­ma­ny and Aus­tria and has its own hy­dro­electric power sta­ti­on.

We re­ly on hy­dro­electric en­er­gy to sa­tis­fy our power de­mand for pro­duc­tion - an im­portant fac­tor in our cont­ri­bu­ti­on to en­vi­ron­men­tal pre­ser­va­ti­on.

Our raw ma­te­ri­als are sup­p­lied for the most part by our sis­ter com­pa­ny Lech-Stahl­wer­ke that pro­du­ce the steel bil­lets by smel­ting scrap steel. The pro­duc­tion of steel by re­cy­cling scrap me­tal re­du­ces the CO2 emis­si­on by 75% as com­pa­red to con­ven­tio­nal melt fur­naces.

All our ser­vices are pro­vi­ded con­ti­nuous­ly, pre­ser­ving re­sour­ces as much as pos­si­ble. As part of this ef­fort, our en­vi­ron­men­tal ma­nage­ment sys­tem is sub­jec­ted to an­nu­al cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on au­dits. Our com­pa­ny is cer­ti­fied ac­cor­ding to the en­vi­ron­men­tal stan­dard DIN EN ISO 14001 and ac­cor­ding to the en­er­gy ma­nage­ment stan­dard DIN EN ISO 50001.

As an of­fi­ci­al drin­king wa­ter sup­p­lier we ha­ve our own drin­king wa­ter well which sup­p­lies not on­ly our com­pa­ny but al­so the Ain­ring districts of Ham­merau, Au and Ha­genau. The well de­li­vers bet­ween 160,000 and 180,000 m3 high qua­li­ty drin­king wa­ter which is con­ti­nuous­ly mo­ni­to­red by an ex­ter­nal la­bo­ra­to­ry.