Sustainability 4.0 Awards presented REHAU South Asia with the prestigious Jury’s Special Mention Award
The Sustainability 4.0 Awards bestowed the polymer manufacturing giant REHAU South Asia with the prestigious Jury’s Special Mention Award on 12th January 2022 for its ‘UpCycle 95’ Project. The Jury Special Mention Awards, started in 2019, conferred for programs that are best-in-class, scalable and replicable across industry verticals. The award was hosted by Frost & Sullivan and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and through this recognition, REHAU aims to enhance sharing of best practices across the organizations.
Sustainability is a global subject of importance for REHAU, as a brand it believes and support Planet First concept and it’s the fundamental belief of the company that actions taken today will serve the planet for many years to come. At REHAU, people focus on waste avoidance, recycling management, conscious use of green electricity and continuous expansion of sustainable usage of materials in production and much more. The company has recently reduced the ecological footprint of its products by an average of 35 percent.
REHAU’s ‘UpCycle 95’ is designed to effectively use waste material by addressing the issue ‘waste management’ and demonstrating new business opportunities in different categories. Illustrating quick replicability, the project showcases financially viable and working business model yielding outstanding results in terms of waste management by creating environmentally sound operations and practices.
Ms. Bhavana Bindra, Managing Director, REHAU South Asia on receiving the prestigious Jury’s Special Mention Award says, “REHAU as a brand has been constantly driving towards a more sustainable future across all possible facets of its business. This award is a recognition of the continuous efforts that the team in REHAU SOA (South Asia) has put to ensure its commitment to the environment. We are motivated and inspired by our global promise of Planet First, strengthening our commitments to planet and its resources as a whole. Thanks to TERI and F&S for letting us share the success story of our commitment.”