Mann Hummel Separating The Useful From The Harmful

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MANN+HUMMEL: Separating the Useful from the Harmful

Clean air and water are essential to life. The human body can go three weeks without food, but can only go three days without water and three minutes without air. Today, a staggering 748 million people – or one in ten people around the globe – live without basic access to clean water. The World Health Organization estimates that, worldwide, seven million people die from air pollution every year. From harmful gases in our cities, to infectious viruses inside our homes, air pollution poses a major threat to our health and our climate. This means that access to clean water and clean air is more important than ever.

 

With air and water fundamental to life, it is our responsibility to the environment and humanity to ensure these resources are clean. The question is, how can this be done in an effective and sustainable manner? Leading filtration solutions provider MANN+HUMMEL may have the answer.

 

Based in Ludwigsburg, Germany, MANN+HUMMEL’s mission is to separate the useful from the harmful. “Protecting our environment is of fundamental importance, we need to invest in sustainability to enable cleaner mobility,” says Chief Digital Officer, Charles Vaillant. When thinking about air pollution or contaminated water there is a considerable need for filtration all over the world.

 

MANN+HUMMEL has many different products and solutions to tackle the many challenges that exist in its sector. The company provides filtration solutions for cleaner mobility and e-mobility, industrial filtration, heavy duty, and machinery, also for wastewater treatment, water purification, indoor and outdoor air filtration. In 2018, MANN+HUMMEL was able to reduce its CO² emissions by around 3,300 tonnes across the entire company. Currently MANN+HUMMEL is able to filter 1.6 million cubic litres of air to protect over three million people in urban areas. All these measures work to continuously reduce the company’s carbon footprint and to ensure that natural resources are used responsibly. This is not a new ethos that MANN+HUMMEL has adopted; instead the company has supported sustainable development, along with goals regarding climate change, and has established itself as a leading expert in filtration for almost 80 years.

 

While looking into the future of climate change and how companies are acting to achieve sustainable results, MANN+HUMMEL has worked tirelessly to align its operations with the targets set by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainability often means a business does not change its activities – instead, merely altering its approach to how such activities are completed. The need for air and water filtration is expanding as companies look for ways to use technology for a competitive and sustainable advantage. By driving sustainability across its operations in service of a cleaner future, MANN+HUMMEL is playing a key role in facilitating industries and ensuring that they remain viable and profitable, even as they tackle the changing climate. 

 

 

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