While the world is always on hunt to find newer ways to growth, sustainability is gaining momentum as an integral aspect of business models across the globe.

Environmental challenges globally have grown exponentially in the last two decades and sustainability as definition has grown beyond forest-conservation to preservation of natural resources for future-generations. Apart from natural resources, the arc of its definition has included safeguarding of social and economic resources. In the corporate world, sustainability is getting ingrained in in all aspects of organizational life. Businesses are increasingly exploring ways to assimilate value-creation by harmonizing economic, ecological, social and cultural goals in their business-models. Net zero carbon-footprints, protection of forestry & biodiversity, elimination of plastic from supply-chain, reduction in the amount of waste-generation, use of renewable resources & recycling to meet the Reduce, Reuse & Recycle goals are being thought of in everything, from manufacturing to logistics to customer-service.

While businesses need to identify the cycles of regeneration of natural resources and use them at the speed at which they regenerate, they need to cut greenhouse gases and reduce waste in their operational processes and educate their workforce about sustainability as an imperative business-approach. We, at BFPPL, are deep-rooted in our commitment to have sustainability, performance and sustainability-disclosures in our regular routine.

Sustainability as a policy serves as a compass for how we conduct ethical sourcing of raw materials and execute production-processes. We’ve proactive and adaptive environmental policies and processes in place at our manufacturing facility. We carefully and continually monitor our manufacturing processes. We encourage audits & tours of our facility any time, to demonstrate continuous infusion of innovation into a formerly outdated industry and set new standards.

Our eco-credentials matter most for us.