Environmental policy

Environmental policy and sustainable development

Tambour Ltd. engages in the development, manufacture, import and marketing of a broad variety of products including:

  • Water-based and solvent-based paints for construction, industry, maintenance, sea vessels, and vehicles.
  • Powder paints, wood paints and lacquers, emulsions, alkyds (adhesive substances), and thinners.
  • Construction materials including coating materials for buildings, fillers, insulation and sealant materials, glues, decorative tiles, gypsum blocks and boards, gypsum mortar, acoustic ceilings, insulation and supplemental products.

Tambour operates out of a commitment to prevent environmental damage and continually improve the performance of its plants from an environmentally friendly aspect.  Additionally, the company strives to minimize the environmental, safety and health related effects of its processes and operations.

Tambour recognizes that natural resources are the domain of the public, the local & global community, and future generations.

Tambour is committed to the principles of sustainable development, the sort of development that can persist without endangering future generations and their needs.  Ideally, the goal is to strike a balance between economic development and protecting the environment and, in this regard, supplying green solutions for the environment and for users.  This is to be done by developing and manufacturing paint, insulation and sealant materials that save energy, minimize radiation, etc.  Lead-free and chromatic paints bear the Green Seal, which is approved by the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the Standards Institution of Israel.

Tambour is committed to identifying, measuring and understanding the environmental effects of its operations as the basis for company decision-making.  This includes its office environment, particularly economizing on electricity, fuel, water, paper and so forth.

Tambour adheres to a proactive approach in respect to the environment and to working in cooperation with authorities involved in quality of the environment, safety and occupational health.