Biodiversity at Tadeka Lessines

Following expert advice issued by the University of Mons, Tadeka is changing its approach to an embankment in order to sustain the presence of colonies of solitary bees, a rare species due to the scarcity of their habitats and reproductive areas. In May last year, colonies of 3 species of spring-flying, mining solitary bees (grey-backed […]

DETIC engaged in sustainable sourcing of biomass

DETIC has signed the Charter of the Belgian Alliance for sustainable palm oil to promote the use by its members of derivatives of palm oil which have been cultivated in sustainable way, with respect for biodiversity and avoiding deforestation. www.huiledepalmedurable.be / www.duurzamepalmolie.be. DETIC and AISE have also developed guidelines on the sourcing of renewable and […]

Sanofi’s contribution to biodiversity at its site in Geel

There has been a great focus on restoring and creating green spaces at Sanofi’s Geel campus in recent years. The site has evolved from the standard approach to gardening, concentrating on grass with the occasional tree, and including the use of herbicides, to ecological landscape architecture that embraces the concept of biodiversity. Herbicides are no […]