Top eco firm wins Dubai Chamber’s CSR label
Dubai, January 27, 2014
Veolia Environnement, a leading environmental solutions company, has been awarded the prestigious Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Label from the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The highly sought-after label recognises Veolia’s commitment to incorporating corporate social responsibility and sustainable initiatives across all aspects of its business in the UAE.
To anchor sustainable development in the day-to-day operations of its businesses, Veolia incorporates the concept into its management systems by defining commitments and deploying policies, objectives and procedures.
The director general of Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Hamad Buamim, presented the 2013 award to Veolia’s chief executive officer in the Gulf, Xavier Joseph, at the Dubai Chamber’s headquarters.
Joseph said: “Corporate social responsibility is sewn into the very fabric of our business. We put it at the heart of everything we do, and this award from the Dubai Chamber of Commerce recognizes that. Going forward, we are committed to continuing to be a responsible and ethical company, playing our part in the very communities in which we operate.”
Veolia Environnement is a global leader in environmental solutions. It has been operating in the Middle East since 20 years and has about 4,000 of employees. The company provides tailored solutions to meet the needs of municipal and industrial customers in the three areas of water management, waste management and energy management. – TradeArabia News Service
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