We follow a sustainability framework that defines sustainability as achieving economic performance based on environmental and social responsibility.

We believe, a wholly sustainable business model can create, retain and enhance value over time by being responsible and responsive to stakeholder expectations and environmental wellbeing.

Setting Science-Based Targets (SBT) - Through the 2015 Paris Agreement, governments worldwide were committed to curbing global temperature rise to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels and pursuing efforts to limit warming to 1.5°C. In 2018, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warned that global warming must not exceed 1.5°C to avoid the catastrophic impacts of climate change. Science-based targets show companies how much and how quickly they need to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to prevent the worst effects of climate change.

We are contributing our part in global fight against climate change by setting emission and carbon footprint reduction targets as per the SBT framework.

Carbon Neutrality - Carbon neutrality refers to achieving net-zero carbon dioxide emissions. This can be done by balancing emissions of carbon dioxide with its removal (often through carbon offsetting) or by eliminating emissions. For our business or as an individual, this is an important step towards managing your carbon emissions efficiently and identifying potential for reductions and savings. We have our roadmap ready for carbon neutrality and are initiating several projects to reduce energy consumption and increase usage of energy from renewable source.

Water consumption - We understand that safe and clean water is limited. We can take steps to control the consumption of water to avoid waste and shortage. Using the limited water supply wisely and caring for it properly are just a few of the many keys we undertake to conserve water.

Some of the initiatives undertaken to reuse wastewater through recycling by use of Bio STP