Our contribution to the future

pL LEHMANN takes sustainability seriously. Numerous measures to reduce environmental impact have been implemented or are in progress. Accordingly, we place high environmental demands on products, processes and buildings. We focus on the long-term preservation of the environment and nature as well as the fulfilment of legal requirements. With us, you are on the green wave:

Low transport emissions thanks to lightweight and compact products

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Low energy consumption (compared to competitors and 5-axis machines)

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We heat our rooms with exhaust heat from our machines

We air-condition our rooms with groundwater

We produce electricity with photovoltaics (PV) on our roofs

Standards and regulations

For the current status of all criteria relevant for pL LEHMANN, see IntegrityNext-Plattform

Environmental protection

We care about the environment and nature. Each and every employee is required to focus on the following priorities in their operative, daily work, for facilities and investments, and also in their personal conduct:

  • dealing with waste, correct disposal (e.g. sorting, recycling)
  • pollution control (e.g. through the development and use of alternative energy generators or through sustainable mobility management)
  • air quality management (e.g. through the installation of filter systems)
  • water and soil protection (e.g. through special structural measures for new constructions)
  • water management (e.g. by classifying water pollutants)
  • energy management and energy efficiency (e.g. through insulated windows or thermal insulation or the introduction of an energy management system)
  • material efficiency (e.g. through the development of sustainable product design)
  • environmentally friendly production processes (e.g. in-house production, local suppliers, grouping shipments to the greatest possible extent...)


pL LEHMANN makes every effort not to supply products, chemical substances or mixtures containing critical substances according to REACH Regulation (EC) 1907/2006 and WFD 2008/98/EC. In this context, suppliers are also held accountable in terms of supply chain responsibility.


As of 2023, pL LEHMANN will no longer supply any new products that could contain hazardous substances according to EU Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS 2). In this context, suppliers are also held accountable in terms of supply chain responsibility.

Conflict minerals

pL LEHMANN checks its suppliers with regard to the conflict minerals tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold (3TG) and publishes the result on the IntegrityNext platform.

Carbon footprint

pL LEHMANN measures carbon emissions, compiles an annual report and publishes this report on the IntegrityNext platform.

Realisation with a "sense of proportion"

pL LEHMANN endeavours to fully comply with all standards and regulations. Nevertheless, we pay attention to proportionality and "best practice". Insignificant components about which, for example, the supplier provides no or insufficient information despite enquiry, may not be taken into account. We also work "to the best of our knowledge and belief" in this area and do not agree, for example, if an essential point is not really fulfilled.