CPL Aromas publishes Sustainability Report for 2019

In conjunction with the report, the fragrance and flavours giant has signed IFRA’s Sustainability Charter

Fragrance house CPL Aromas has published its Sustainability Report for 2019.

The report refers to four key areas the fragrance supplier intends to focus its attention on.

These include protecting the environment, caring for people, delivering responsible innovations and committing to ethical sourcing.

CPL’s key achievements in 2019 comprise increasing its renewable energy consumption by 12%; obtaining Ecovadis Gold certification for the company’s sustainability performance; and making its largest contribution to the Catholic Agency For Overseas Development.

“We don’t want our sustainability efforts to be just a ‘green tick’ on the proverbial corporate agenda, something to think of once a year and then discard,” said CPL Aromas’ CEO Chris Pickthall.

“We are convinced, now more than ever, that CPL Aromas’ purpose is to change the world for good.”

In conjunction with the release, CPL has also signed the IFRA Sustainability Charter.

The commitment has been signed by more than 100 companies and aims to ‘raise the bar’ for sustainability in the flavour and fragrance sectors.

The charter aims to help businesses advance their sustainability efforts and shares best practices for firms to adopt.

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