Mammoet takes its social responsibility seriously and considers it as an essential element of the corporate policy. And we don’t just talk about it, we put it into practice. We are actively working on energy conservation, reducing our CO2 emissions and separating waste streams.
Mammoet analyzed its carbon footprint since 2009. The measurements taken to reduce CO2 emissions concentrate on smart technical solutions, fleet renewal, greater staff awareness of energy consumption, equipment use, etc.
We also provide good and safe workplace conditions, for our own personnel, subcontractors and third parties.
The HK70 crane: lower fuel consumption – lower emissions
Mammoet was the first operator in the world to deploy an HK70 crane. Tadano Faun in Germany developed this crane at our request, and in close cooperation with us. The innovative feature of this 70 ton mobile rig is that the crane has its own 90 kW/122 HP engine. So far, mobile cranes have always been driven by the truck engine which means running a heavy engine all day. With this world first, Mammoet can offer a cleaner and more economical mobile crane. The HK70 has been well-received on the market, and Tadano Faun is now also supplying it to other customers.