ITC's Triple Bottom Line

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Prerna Joseph 25 Reagen D’souza 51 Sheena Mathew 57 Sonia 09 Ninan Sunny 53 Disha Chaurasia 08

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Is one of the foremost private sector companies with: Market capitalization – above $22 billion Turnover – more than $ 6 billion ITC is rated among the "World's Best Big Companies , World's Most Reputable Companies , Asia's 50 best performing companies. ITC has a diversified presence in: Cigarettes, Hotels, Paperboards & Specialty Papers, Packaging, Agri-Business, Packaged Foods & Confectionery, Information Technology, Branded Apparel, Personal Care, Stationery, Safety Matches and other FMCG products

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The benefits derived from plantations accrue at many levels:

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ITC's Wealth Out of Waste is a recycling initiative that works towards spreading awareness about recycling, and encouraging people to segregate and dispose waste responsibly.

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Ministry or Urban Development, Government of India, has approached ITC to propagate WOW across India and and have agreed to support the initiative by instructing Municipal Commissioners suitably. Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) is keen on introducing WOW as a program in their institute so that people who join various courses in their institute can be taught about WOW and its positive impact on the environment

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Some of our accomplishments include: Superbatch digestors awards won in the fields of Environment/ Energy and Water Management

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Recycling of back water being an essential requirement to reduce consumption of fresh water, a filter employing advanced technology that prevents the clogging of filter cloth was installed in Unit Kovai . This enabled the units to recycle additional 2000 m3/day of back water and reduce the usage of fresh water.

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All of ITC's units remain committed to benchmarking against international standards and to the implementation of state-of -the-art processes and technologies.

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The Bhadrachalam and Kovai mills use river water (83.6% of ITC's total fresh water usage) from the adjacent rivers while other units of ITC meet their requirements from ground water (14.8%) and municipal sources (1.6%).All ITC businesses practice the following sustainability strategies with regard to this precious resource:

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ITC takes great pride in bringing to you the finest papers and paperboards - boasting of not only the highest quality, but also of excellent environmental credentials. All our fibre is sourced from known, legal and sustainable sources and does not adversely affect the environment

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ITC's Packaging Business has 3 major product lines Carton Board Packaging Flexible Packaging Tobacco Packaging ITC Packaging has pioneered offering of Green Packaging which includes usage of raw material from sustainable sources and conversion of the same in a facility which is 100% powered by renewable energy (Wind Energy). This clean energy initiative along with the other sustainability initiatives helps the Packaging Business to significantly contribute to ITC being a carbon Positive, Water Positive and Solid Waste Recycling Positive Company.

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Closeon the heels of ITC Maurya winning the 'Best eco-friendly hotel –Special Prize' award by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, Shayan Mallick visits the property to find out the initiatives taken by the hotel to combat ecological degradation

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Water conservation measures • Internal water audits are carried out to highlight high consumption areas and an action plan is formed to restrict the same • The company has installed water meters to track water consumption •In order to save pumping energy and for water bifurcation, the waterline is bifurcated into lower head and higher head requirements • Pressure reducing valves have been introduced in lines, which have low pressure requirements • Flow restrictors / aerators are introduced at all guest rooms (In wash basins and shower fittings) • W/Cs cisterns, with dual flushing arrangement is used in place of conventional flush valves • Treated effluent discharged from ETP is utilised for horticultural purposes and cooling towers • Occupancy sensors are used for all guest bathrooms and public areas • Enhancement of ETP to STP plant with energy efficient pumps •Chilled water flow for the all AHUs and TFAs is adjusted by the use of two way valves in the pipeline Depending on the load, the two way valves adjust the flow of water through the coils.

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