Prima Deri aims to meet the needs of its clients without compromising its ecological responsibilities:
Environmental Interaction Evaluation Report and Auditing
Accordingly with the regulations of Ministry of Environment, our tannery is controlled periodically for its environmental compliance. Our environmental appropriateness is approved according to the Environmental Interaction Evaluation Report.
Environmental Consulting
We continuously work with a private environmental consulting firm. All stages of our operation and our waste policy are edited by an accredited environment engineer every month.
Water and Energy Reduction
Prima Deri invests in more expensive machinery for the sake of consuming less energy. Our energy cauldrons are equipped with energy control systems. The water pumps, the chiller and the lighting system of our factory are all designed for energy saving.
Automated System and Control
In our tannery the processes of production are partially automated and controlled by a special tanning control program.
Waste Water Management
We are a member of the Waste Water Treatment Center of Tuzla Leather Industrial Zone where the waste water of our factory is sent and processed.
Water Treatment
We treat water in our tannery employing a multi-functional and multi-layered water processing unit composed of multimedia filtration and RO.
Waste Usage by Neighbour Industries
The waste coming out from several phases (such as trimming, fleshing, splitting, shaving) of our production is used as the raw material by various neighbour industries (such as brush manufacturing, gelatine production, split leather production, welt production).
Use of Certified Substances
The substances we use in leather processing are in accordance with the EU standards.
Exhaust Air Cleaning
The exhaust air coming out of the finishing process passes through a water-based cleaning tower intended to prevent air pollution.
Lowering Solvent Emission
At Prima Deri we use water-based finishing materials and solvent-free varnish with the aim of lowering solvent emission.