EcoVadis sustainability rating 

Taking responsibility together

Ecological, social and ethical

FCS is recognized by EcoVadis

Focus on sustainability

At FCS Fair Computer Systems GmbH we are pleased about the recognition of our commitment to sustainability, which is confirmed by EcoVadis. This award highlights our ongoing efforts in the areas of environment, ethics, labor and human rights.

The EcoVadis rating is based on our adherence to seven management principles and 21 sustainability criteria that relate to key aspects of our business operations. These principles and criteria are not only part of our strategy, but also guide our daily actions and our commitment to having a positive long-term influence.

“The EcoVadis award shows that our commitment to sustainable development is taken seriously and confirms that we are on the right track in this regard. It encourages us to further intensify our efforts and actively promote sustainable innovation in our sector.”
Dr. Jürgen Falk, Managing Director at FCS Fair Computer Systems GmbH

About EcoVadis:

The independent rating platform EcoVadis supports companies in optimizing their environmental and social practices. The EcoVadis assessments focus on 21 criteria, which are divided into four subject areas (environment, labor and human rights, ethics, sustainable procurement). The 21 questions or criteria are based on international sustainability standards such as the Global Compact principles, the conventions of the International Labor Organization (ILO), the standard of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the ISO 26000 standard and the CERES principles.

Achieving the Committed Badge signals that committed companies have provided a performance that is classified as “good” according to the EcoVadis methodology.

EcoVadis sustainability criteria:



  • Energy consumption & greenhouse gases
  • Water
  • Biodiversity
  • Local & Accidental Pollution
  • Raw Materials, Chemicals & Waste


  • Product Usage
  • product end of life
  • Customer Health & Safety
  • Environmental Services & Advocacy



  • Employee Health & Safety
  • working conditions
  • social dialogue
  • Career Management & Training


  • Child, Forced Labor & Human Trafficking
  • Diversity, Discrimination & Harassment
  • Human rights of external stakeholders


  • Corruption
  • Anti-Competitive Practices
  • Responsible information management


  • Environmental Practices of Suppliers
  • Supplier social practices

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