Built for a
more Human

ESG at the core of our business

Our Approach to Circular Economy
& Carbon Saving

As an active resource management company, EverEnviro has a long-standing belief that environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors are important drivers of sustainability to promote a circular economy. With a huge inventory of wastes generated in India, EverEnviro contributes to Circular Economy by processing the wastes at its state-of-the-art facilities and by manufacturing value-added products such as bio-CNG, bio-manure, green electricity, recycled materials including sand, aggregates, building blocks, concrete, tiles, and pavers.

With these environmentally and economically sustainable products back into the value chain we develop a circular economy that tackles climate change and other global challenges like biodiversity loss, waste, pollution, and resources loss.

By decoupling economic activity from the consumption of finite resources especially fossil fuels and minerals and replacing the usage of synthetic fertilizers we promote circularity.

have achieved significant GHG emission reductions by avoiding methane from landfill sites by way of MSW processing and paddy burning through our paddy straw-based bio-energy plants which support improving air quality and reduce respiratory diseases and other socio-economic issues. The Biogas used in the transportation sector and other industrial purposes results in fuel savings, greenhouse gas (GHG), and other hazardous emissions.

We monitor our ESG performance against the SDGs and are currently addressing as many as seven SDGs through our direct operations.

Committed to global
ESG benchmarks

EverEnviro together with its subsidiary companies is committed to mainstream ESG function in all its projects, operations, and decision-making. To ensure conformance with the requirement, an ESG Framework along with an (ESG) Policy and Management System (ESGMS) have been developed.

The policies, practices, and procedures are designed with reference to the following standards:

  • As applicable by local and national environmental and social (including occupational health and safety) legislation
  • International Finance Performance Standards
  • World Bank / IFC General Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) guidelines and applicable sector specific EHS requirements
  • UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights

It is performed through a dedicated ESG team at the corporate level and in close coordination with plant HSE teams and other functions as well..