Environmental Sustainability

Enviornment SustainabilityVision for Nestlé

Following Nestlé’s global commitment, Nestlé Pakistan encourage environment-friendly business activities. Endeavouring to achieve the least possible environmental impact throughout its operational stages by complying with environment laws and regulations.

To determine the influential phases in a product lifecycle we interpret results from EcodEX, PIQET study and LCA study. Consequently a comprehensive action plan has been formulated to minimise identified environmental impacts.

Mission for Society

The success of our business is only possible if the society is prosperous. To achieve prosperity, Nestlé follows our principles of ‘improved environmental performance’ and ‘safety and health of employees’. This is assured throughout the value chain, from farm to fork.

Ambition for Environment

Nestlé is working towards increased environmental sustainability by following eco-friendly practices, starting from the stage of operational planning. We are trying to increase production while minimising resource consumption, waste and emissions. Factories of Nestlé Pakistan are in full conformance with the requirements of ISO 9001, 14001, OHSAS 18001, FSSC 22000 & NQMS. All industrial units in Pakistan are fitted with testing and monitoring equipment and services for waste and air emissions.

Solar and Bio-Gas Energy

Pakistan is experiencing an energy crisis; there is short fall due to almost a 50% reduction in power generation capacity of dams. Nestlé Pakistan has taken a number of measures to find alternative energy resources for its operations.

Solar Energy (Electricity Generation and Water Heaters)
Nestlé Pakistan has a huge set up of Milk Collection across Punjab and Sindh. Collected milk is chilled at chillers installed in the field. The shortfall of energy, frequent interruptions and cutting off of power supply can affect the quality of the milk so backup generators have been provided at each milk collection centre.

Nestlé Pakistan installed:

  • Hybrid Solar panels at three of its milk collection centres, which generate 11KW of energy, with an investment of PKR 10.5 million.
  • 15 to 20 solar energy units, with a capacity of 5-6 KW each, at its milk collection centres.
  • In the last few years we have also installed 1,450 solar geysers for heating water at our milk collection centres across Punjab.