IVL: Contributions to UN SDGs

Contributions to UN SDGs

(Source: IVL)
(Source: IVL)

Sustainable chemical company Indorama Ventures (IVL) has introduced the first independent Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Report developed by the private sector in Thailand. The report provides details of the company’s sustainability strategy, aligned with the United Nation’s SDGs.
The company outlined 5 focus areas for contributing to the SDGs: Recycling and the Circular Economy, Climate Change and Energy, Environmental Stewardship, Health Safety and Well-being, and CSR and Collaborations. IVL believes it can have the greatest impact on these areas while also growing its business and bringing about constructive change. Activities in these 5 areas help IVL align with 13 of the 17 SDGs, totaling 39 targets.
Yash Lohia, Chief Sustainability Officer at Indorama Ventures Public Company Ltd. (IVL), Bangkok/Thailand, said, “Businesses can make a significant contribution to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. IVL, as a responsible industry leader, is committed to contributing to the SDGs and addressing the world's environmental and economic concerns. We need to be accountable to our stakeholders, including our 25,000 employees and their families, our customers and industry partners. Furthermore, we believe that complying with the SDGs will provide us with considerable business prospects.”

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