Dunbia embarks on CSR strategy
Dunbia has launched its first ever corporate social responsibility (CSR) report in partnership with Business in the Community (BITC).
The report outlines Dunbia’s CSR commitments under the direction of CSR director David Farrell. The company said it showed Dunbia’s commitment to making a positive contribution to the planet, its people, the marketplace and its community.
BITC director Claire Gordon said: "It is always a great encouragement to see companies like Dunbia drive forward with a comprehensive CSR strategy, which really shows their underlying commitment to operating with integrity. We were pleased to support Dunbia and encouraged that they used the BITC model, which focuses on four key areas crucial to all successful businesses."
Farrell said: "CSR is integral to our business operations and we have aligned our approach with our overall business strategy.
"Last year we donated £119,695 to charitable causes, gifted over 100 hours to not-for-profit organisations and from 2011 we have invested £3.25m in environmental projects across the Dunbia Group saving 740 tonnes of carbon, reducing water usage by 55.5% and diverting over 100 tonnes of waste from landfill."
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