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Our approach

Wienerberger is transforming into a company that continues to deliver the durable, beautiful, high quality products and services you need, but with a much smaller environmental footprint. A net-zero carbon footprint, in fact. 

This is a huge challenge, but by combining our employees’ talents with insight from our customers and partners, we want to address the challenges of climate change, resource scarcity and biodiversity loss within the built environment.

We have created Archigility, Wienerberger Architectural Services, offering a planning-to-handover service to help you create high quality buildings with minimal waste. 

We are investing in our factories, trialling new equipment to reduce our energy consumption. 

We will continue to provide product systems that facilitate high fabric performance, reducing buildings’ lifetime energy demand and whole-life carbon emissions.

We will encourage nature to thrive on our land. 

We want to work with people who can help us go further.

Our targets

We must reverse biodiversity loss by 2030 and achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. There is no time to waste, which is why Wienerberger has set corporate sustainability targets for 2023, not 2030.

We invite you to explore our approach to managing environmental, social, and governance aspects at Wienerberger. View our latest performance update in Wienerberger AG’s annual sustainability report.

At Wienerberger, social responsibility means acting ethically, communicating honestly, and positively engaging with our communities and employees.

Wienerberger has set out a clear approach for managing sustainability aspects and behaving as a responsible business.

Wienerberger’s pursuit of sustainable growth is demonstrated throughout the company’s value chain. Explore our case studies to discover how we are improving people’s quality of life.