Protecting Our Environment

Our facilities measure and comply with all environmental and recycling legislation.

We actively pursue and monitor stringent recycling and waste reduction programs.

We minimise our environmental impact by implementing water recycling, and energy reduction programs.

We invest in developing biodegradable and environmentally friendly adhesive products.

We schedule organizational awareness programs, to encourage good environmental ethics. 

Delivering Supply Sustainability

We believe in proactive planning, consistency and timeliness. Siegel Adhesives utilises our manufacturing sites in Australasia and USA as a means of providing manufacturing efficiencies to our partners. We produce in high volume and all our sites are in proximity to raw material refineries. This guarantees supply stability and maintains raw material cost control. Our primary consideration is a guarantee of consistent and on-time supply.

To protect our supply chain from risk, we have implemented the following practices:

  • Ability to manufacture all products in multiple geographic locations.
  • Off-site stock holding of all raw materials.
  • 11 Australasian regional warehouses for holding stock of finished products.
  • Large stock on hand to guarantee supply consistency for all clients.
We believe in humanity.

Protecting Against Modern Slavery

Protecting Against Modern Slavery

Siegel Adhesives has a zero-tolerance approach to any form of modern slavery including servitude, human trafficking and forced labour.

We are committed to an ethical and transparent approach to business, ensuring effective systems and controls are in place to safeguard against any form of modern slavery within the business or our global reaching supply chain. Further information on the policy and the processes Siegel Adhesives undertakes to ensure that modern slavery or human trafficking does not occur within our business or supply chain are available upon request.

Our Modern Slavery policy ensures we operate in accordance with the Business Supply Chain Transparency on Trafficking and Slavery Act of 2014 in the United States of America, the Modern Slavery Bill 2018 in Australia and the Modern Slavery Act 2015 in the United Kingdom.