This first best practice example zooms in on Lamil’s waste-sorting program. For Lamil, sustainability is a real-life philosophy. Fully aware of its role in society as well as in the lives of its employees, the company develops social and environmental actions to minimize the impact of its activities. At the same time, Lamil promotes education, leisure, entertainment and raises awareness of social and environmental issues related to the community in which it operates.
The Dutch company Corbion is a manufacturer of lactic acid and lactic acid derivatives, emulsifiers, functional enzyme blends, minerals, vitamins and algae ingredients. Its products are used in markets such as food, home & personal care, animal nutrition, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and bioplastics. In 2016, Corbion completed their first TfS assessment and in 2019 achieved a gold score for the second time.
Responsible sourcing, responsible operations and sustainable solutions: drivers of the sustainability strategy
Corbion’s corporate strategy is aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Considering the organisation’s footprint, business’ nature and environment in which it operates, it is the company’s belief that significant impact can be made by focusing on UN Goals “Zero hunger” and “Responsible production and consumption”.