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News: Climate Innovation Prize to BSH

The new zeolite® drying system for dishwashers receives the prize for its optimal energy efficiency.

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BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH (BSH) received the “Innovation Prize for Climate and Environment” from Dr. Norbert Röttgen, German Federal Minister for the Environment, in Berlin. BSH received the first Innovation Prize – jointly presented by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment and the Federation of German Industries (BDI) – for its zeolite drying system for dishwashers, which considerably reduces the appliances’ energy consumption. “Over the past 20 years we have halved the energy consumption of our dishwashers. The innovative zeolite technology has made another enormous leap in efficiency possible. The new appliances need 20 percent less electricity than the most energy-efficient dishwashers to date,” explained BSH CEO Dr. Kurt-Ludwig Gutberlet commenting on the award ceremony. The company doubled the sale of super efficient household appliances within one year. In 2009 the share of these appliances had already reached 15 percent of total sales in Europe.

The dishwashers feature a special container of zeolite, a mineral with the ability to store moisture and energy. It dries the dishes after the cleaning cycle by absorbing the moisture from the air in the dishwasher’s interior. During the next cleaning cycle, the zeolite is heated up and the moisture released so that it is ready for the next drying cycle. Zeolite speeds up the drying process, considerably reducing cycle times. At just 0.83 kilowatt hours per cycle, the dishwashers need 20 percent less electricity than the most energyefficient dishwashers to date, making dishwashers with zeolite technology the most energy- efficient in the world. If all the dishwashers in use in households today that are over ten years old and use more than 1.3 kWh of electricity per cycle were to be replaced with highly efficient appliances featuring the zeolite drying system, over 1.2 million tons of COcould be saved every year in Germany alone. This is equivalent to the emissions of approximately 600,000 automobiles that drive around 15,000 kilometers a year.

It is the first time that zeolite – until now only used in industry – is being used in a mass-produced household appliance. This world’s first from Bosch and Siemens, which was unveiled at IFA 2008, has now been awarded the “Innovation Prize for Climate and Environment” in the category “Product and service innovations for climate protection”. The “Innovation Prize for Climate and the Environment” (IKU) is intended to promote German innovations that make a contribution towards climate and/or environmental protection and provide answers to one of the greatest challenges of today’s world. A total of 145 applicants submitted their entries for a prize in one of the five categories. The high-ranking jury chaired by Prof. Klaus Töpfer, former director of the UN Environment Programme, based their decisions on a scientific innovation audit carried out by the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research. The jury also recommended that the zeolite drying system be entered into the “European Business Awards for Sustainable Development” competition held by the EU Commission.


- February 17th, 2010

Special: Improve preventive measures - Give hope



Of South Africa's total population of over 48 million people, 5.7 million are infected with HIV. The Bosch HIV workplace program reaches almost 1,000 associates at the company's locations in Brits and Midrand. While this may be just a small step forward in the overall fight against HIV, it gives courage to people at Bosch and beyond, and promotes a different perspective on life.
There are 1.4 million orphans in South Africa, many of whom have lost their parents to HIV. For many years, Bosch has therefore been committed to supporting hospitals and children in orphanages. By providing donations and small gifts, the regional subsidiary in South Africa brings a little more joy and hope into the lives of these children.

Special: Improve preventive measures - Voluntary tests



Due to the prevalence of HIV, people are generally very reluctant to agree to a test. With that in mind, it's particularly pleasing that 93 percent of our associates undertook an HIV test last year. Training initiatives have helped to ensure that associates are now much more aware of the risks posed by HIV/AIDS. At the same time, they also have access to far better information about prevention and treatment. If associates do test positive for HIV, they need not fear that they will be stigmatized – instead, they know their employer will provide support and medical care.

Overall, the Bosch HIV workplace program is proving a success. The number of infections and deaths has fallen, and this in turn is reflected in a drop in the absence rate. It's also evident that associates are gradually changing their perceptions. HIV/AIDS is now viewed as a condition that can be lived with rather than a life sentence. Today, the HIV program is integrated into a far-reaching health care program – and it's starting to have an effect. Bosch is well aware that this work must continue, and that it is also essential to expand the program to associates' families and the wider community.

Special: Improve preventive measures - Build up trust



Few issues generate as much fear and anxiety as HIV/AIDS. That means trust in employers plays a crucial role in the HIV workplace program. Associates must be protected from discrimination and have the security of knowing that information about HIV/AIDS is treated with absolute confidentiality. This applies in particular to test results. That's why, in 2003, Bosch cooperated with all the relevant parties to establish privacy rights, confidentiality and protection against discrimination as the core principles for its HIV workplace program. Supported by the Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), Bosch shared its experience with other companies early on and also became a member of the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS.
Preventive measures are a key focus of the HIV workplace program. Specialist advisors organize regular information events and training sessions for multipliers. All associates have access to free voluntary testing and counseling. Here too, the Bosch regional subsidiary in South Africa receives support from external experts. The sooner infected employees know about their condition, the lower the risk that they will infect others. Alongside preventive measures, providing support and medicine to associates with the virus is also an integral part of the program.

Special: Improve preventive measures - Can HIV workplace programs reduce the spread of AIDS in South Africa?



Sometimes, there's no such thing as too much negative growth. In the past eight years, the number of new cases of HIV has dropped by 17 percent worldwide. In 2008, there were even slightly fewer new infections recorded in South Africa, the region with the largest number of people living with HIV. Nonetheless, at 5.7 million, the total number of South Africans with AIDS is still unimaginably high – and that has knock-on effects for the population and the country. In 2007, around 350,000 people in South Africa died of HIV and there were 1.4 million orphaned children.

The pandemic is also having a major impact on the economy of South Africa. The loss of workers is robbing companies of valuable expertise, reducing productivity and increasing health and training costs. Bosch established a presence in South Africa as early as 1906 and, today, employs almost 1,000 associates. Like many companies, Bosch introduced an HIV/AIDS program some years ago and is also committed to addressing the consequences of the condition. The South African government aims to cut the rate of infection by 50 percent by 2011. Can companies contribute to this by providing education, preventive measures and medicines?