Environmental Sustainability


Letter From The President

That sustainability is increasingly going to be a key strategic driver of the consumer goods industry is widely accepted today. Some of the big challenges before the industry today include:

  • The high environmental footprint associated with the use of materials, energy, water and the consequent generation of waste.
  • The emerging paradigm of product stewardship wherein end customers expect products to be designed, made, sold and disposed in both, an environmentally and socially responsible manner.
  • Deep supply chains spanning multiple geographies with varying environmental and labor standards.
  • The constantly increasing scrutiny from customers, civil society and regulators of the health and safety standards of consumer products.

Given the above challenges, we believe that the adoption of sustainability practices within an organization is no longer just desirable but imperative.

Going forward, our future direction in sustainability will be to expand our current initiatives in environmental and product stewardship as well as to add new programs in our supply chain and community care. We are at an early stage of our sustainability journey, to recognize the challenges as well as opportunities that lie before us. We are committed to demonstrating the perseverance and leadership required to walk this path.

Yours Truly,
Vineet Agrawal

  • Ecology Community Society
  • Water Conservation Initiatives
  • Energy Conservation Initiatives
Ecology Community Society
ISO 14001:2004 certification in Malaysia and Indonesia manufacturing facilities
OHSAS 18001:2007 certification in Indonesia manufacturing facility
Zero accident award in Indonesia manufacturing facility
Contibutes to society through donations with the Spirit of Wipro Run
Implementation of the Eco Eye initiative in all aspects of our business

Sustainability Plan 2014/15

    • 5% reduction in
      Energy over last year

    • 5% reduction in water consumption over last year

    • 5% reduction in waste over last year

    • 5% reduction in refrigerant top up over last year

    • 5% reduction in overall plastic materials consumption over last year

    • 20% PVC reduction over last year

    • ISO 14001:2004 certification in Vietnam manufacturing facilities