FOCUS recognises Roth’s outstanding commitment to the climate

News magazine FOCUS recognised the German company’s outstanding commitment to the climate in its “FOR OUR PLANET” special published in November 2021. Roth Werke in Dautphetal was among the 130 companies listed in the climate magazine. FOCUS worked with Munich-based company FactField – a subsidiary of Hubert Burda Media – to identify companies whose commitment to the climate is helping Germany to achieve its objectives on its journey towards climate neutrality.

Christin Roth-Jäger, Managing Director of Roth Werke, emphasised: “We’re very pleased to have been included in the list of Germany’s most climate-friendly companies in the FOCUS special FOR OUR PLANET. This achievement highlights our commitment to protecting the environment. Our sites are already climate-neutral and we offer our customers in the plumbing, heating and air conditioning sectors a wide range of products for sustainable building technology – from heat pumps and efficient storage solutions to energy distribution systems with energy-saving radiant heating and cooling systems.”

Scientifically proven study
The list was drawn up based on a survey carried out in spring this year, developed by FactField in partnership with Professor Stefan Schaltegger from Leuphana University in Lüneburg. The scientific research collected facts and figures on the sustainability efforts of each of the companies considered for the rankings. The first edition of the FOCUS “FOR OUR PLANET” climate magazine lists the best-performing companies by industry and size. The Roth family business is listed in the “Industry and processing sector” with a score of 89.4 out of 100. The survey looked at the company’s environmental footprint and measured its level of commitment, current climate protection level, the environmental impact of its products and services and its targets to reduce its environmental impact in the future. Alongside information provided by the companies themselves, the analysis also incorporated data from public sources. The companies do not apply to take part in the FOCUS study and participation is free of charge.

Further information on the listed companies and the data collection methods is available at: