Our recognitions

Ensto Ensek honored with Environment Management Award


Ensto Ensek in Estonia participated in a competition organized by Estonia Ministry of Environment and got awarded with prestigious Environmentally Friendly Organization Environment Management prize. Ensto Green Office concept was the subject of successful participation in the competition.

Ensto Green Office is part of Ensto's Environmental Management system (ISO 14001) and designed especially for the office environment. It helps us to reduce the burden we place on the environment, and brings economical savings in terms of energy, material, and waste management costs. Keila and Tallinn plants are certified against the Ensto Green Office requirements.

Ensto received an environmental responsibility award for Itä-Uusimaa region


Ensto Oy in Finland received an environmental responsibility award for Itä-Uusimaa region from Helsinki Region Chamber of Commerce on May 12. This year the award was presented for 19th time and the theme was “Taking environmental concerns into consideration in business”. The aim was to find a company that has considered environmental concerns in business more effectively and more innovatively than an average company in the branch has.

Ensto Oy is an excellent example of environmental responsibility work not just in production but also with the whole personnel, comments Risto Volanen, Chairman for the award committee.

The committee also states that Ensto is a strong Finnish family company, that created an own official environmental management system already in the 1990s. After that, the company has systematically paid attention to environmental concerns in developing company even when expanding it abroad.

Ensto ranked 3rd best employer in Responsible Summer Job 2017 competition


In 2017 Ensto was ranked 3rd best employer in Responsible Summer Job 2017 competition in the series for big companies in Finland. Responsible Summer Job is a campaign driven by T-Media and Economic Information Office TAT. The aim of the campaign is to challenge employers to offer more summer jobs of better quality to 14-29 year old youth.

The arguments for the prize were that work contract related issues were handled very well, summer employees were very satisfied with their jobs and they found the assignments interesting.