At the heart of ITC’s innovative strategies lies the creation of unique business models that synergise longterm shareholder value growth with that of enhancing societal capital.
Our Social & Farm Forestry initiative, driven by an extensive research based clonal propagation programme, has greened over 2,25,000 hectares. These plantations provide a reliable source of wood pulp for the long-term competitiveness and sustainability of our Paper business.
Sustainable forestry practices have secured for ITC the membership of the Global Forest & Trade Network of the WWF in a first-of-its-kind achievement in India.
ITC is the only company of comparable size in the world to be Carbon positive for 11 years in a row, Water Positive for 14 consecutive years and Solid Waste recycling positive for the last 9 years. (as of 31st March 2016)
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Some of our key sustainability credentials and initiatives are :
All our four units, Bhadrachalam, Bollaram, Tribeni and Kovai, are FSC-CoC certified. For more information on FSC, click here
British Retail Consortium (BRC) - Global Standard :
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) in consultation with a wide variety of retailers, food producers, trade associations and packaging companies have created a global food packaging standard which can be applied by manufacturers and converters of packaging used by the food industry. For more information on the BRC Global Standard, click here
World Wide Fund for Nature - Check Your Paper (WWF-CYP) :
ITC Paperboards and Specialty Papers Division is the only Indian paper and paperboard manufacturers to publish their scores on WWF - CYP. To view the scores, click here
The Global Forest & Trade Network is a WWF initiative to eliminate illegal logging and improve the management of valuable and threatened forests. For more information on WWF-CYP and WWF- GFTN, click here
Life Cycle Analysis :
Life Cycle Analysis studies cover various impacts that a product has on the environment land, water, air, plant, animal and human health. For more details on Life Cycle Analysis click here
Well-being Out of Waste :
ITC PSPD’s commitment to the environment goes beyond technology and processes we employ. The Well-being out of waste programme is our initiative to take issues like efficient waste management, source segregation of waste and recycling to households, schools and corporate bodies. For more information on WOW please click here
Policy on Life-cycle Sustainability
Policy on Stakeholder Engagement
Policy on Responsible Advocacy
Policy on Product Responsibility
Policy on Responsible Sourcing
Policy on Environment, Health and Safety