Symrise Retaining the leading position in the ESI Europe

by Editor fleischwirtschaft.com
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Hans Holger Gliewe is Chief Sustainability Officer at Symrise.
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Hans Holger Gliewe is Chief Sustainability Officer at Symrise.
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The Ethibel Sustainability Index (ESI) Europe has reaffirmed Symrise as a sustainable company.

The fragrance and flavoring manufacturer from Holzminden impressed the international sustainability experts of the Belgian nonprofit organization “Forum Ethibel” once again with its commitment. The index includes 200 companies from throughout Europe.

Symrise racked up points in all four reviewed categories. These include internal social policy, environmental policy, external social policy and ethical-economical policy. The index uses data from Vigeo Eiris, a leading European sustainability rating agency, which evaluates companies, countries and public institutes according to a catalog of criteria. The index is reviewed twice a year based on this data and adjusted as needed.

“The inclusion of Symrise in the ESI Europe once again is an important confirmation for us that we are on the right path with our corporate sustainability management,” says Hans Holger Gliewe, Chief Sustainability Officer at Symrise. “The aim of sustainable corporate development is an integral part of the Symrise corporate strategy. We work hard on this every day. It is our express goal to continue to be one of the most successful and sustainable manufacturers of fragrances and flavorings in the world.”

How drives sustainable activity successfully is detailed in the recently published Corporate Report “Unfolding Strengths.” By last year, the company had already reached its objective of reducing its carbon emissions in relation to value added from 2010 to 2020 by one third. Symrise has also achieved palpable success once again in other key figures, such as the reduction of sensitive waste and increased resource efficiency.

 

 

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