TTP Group (Rosenheim)/Triplan GmbH (Bad Homburg) 08/08/2022:
Triplan, subsidiary of TTP Group, is responding with a team of energy and resource experts and a high level of engineering expertise to respond to the trend in the chemical industry to invest more and more in raw materials research. The good protection of the raw material costs and supply is becoming more and more of an advantage for chemical companies compared to their competitors and this also increases the incentive to search for alternatives to the raw material oil.
In a workshop approach, Triplan contributes its extensive knowledge, develops strategies and implements solutions together with the customer in order to build systems that meet ambitious energy efficiency and sustainability goals. These include:
- Batch process optimization
- Energy recovery
- Alternative cooling systems
- Passive/low-energy building standards
- Photovoltaic systems
- Rainwater harvesting
- Building deactivation
- Geothermal systems
- Energy efficient engines
Particularly safety-critical sectors such as the petrochemical and chemical industry and, of course, refineries often do not rely solely on the professional competence of their service providers as clients, but also consciously pay attention to compliance with certain safety and environmental protection measures. This is not the only reason why Triplan Germany has been pursuing a new corporate policy since 2015/16 in order to establish verifiable KPIs with regard to business ethics, social responsibility (Corporate Social Responsibility) & Define sustainability.
In 2016, Triplan underwent an external “TfS” (Together for Sustainability) audit by ECOVADIS and received “Silver” status. In 2017 and 2019, an external TfS audit (Together for Sustainability) was carried out by the auditing company Intertek.
As part of the Triplan OSHAS (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) management, Triplan Germany in Karlsruhe and Neustadt a.d. Donau successfully SCC (Safety Certificate Contractors) recertified by TÜV. The SCC set of rules is a combined management system for occupational safety, health and environmental protection. It comes from the German Scientific Society for Oil, Natural Gas and Coal e.V. (DGMK), of which Triplan is a member, and is based on German law.
Triplan is subject to the following guidelines at a glance:
- UN Global Compact
- TfS (Together for Sustainability)
- OSHAS (Occupational Safety and Health Administration)
- SCC (Safety Certificate Contractors)
- Energy Audit according to EDL-G, EN 16246
- Corporate social responsibility (CSR)
- Environmental Policy
- Code of Conduct
Triplan is part of the TTP Group with Pharmaplan. Within the group, all efforts are coordinated to integrate sustainability into daily office and project work – with a focus on the topics where the TTP Group as an engineering service provider can have an impact on the development of sustainable solutions – for the customers, for the company, for the world.