The case study presented by the company– Liva Reviva by Birla Cellulose & Fully Traceable Circular Global Fashion Supply Chains – was awarded for innovation in recycled and circular fibre made with pre-consumer fabric waste and end-to-end ‘live’ supply chain transparency and traceability through its unique blockchain-based platform GreenTrack™.Read More
Our second sustainability report details our experience with Covid-19 and how we responded to the pandemic. It gives a summary of our sustainability strategy, key material issues and risks, the progress that we have made on our goals and plans going forward.Read More
Birla Cellulose has joined the “Circular Fashion Partnership”, a cross-sectorial project led by Global Fashion Agenda, Reverse Resources and BGMEA, to accelerate the transition to a circular fashion industry.Read More
Using the lyocell process, a team of fibre experts at Birla Cellulose, Pulp and Fibre Innovation Centre have produced nullarbor fibre that is finer than silk and significantly stronger than conventional lyocell traditionally produced from wood pulp.Read More
Birla Cellulose is a leading sustainability focused man made cellulosic fibre producer. Our nature based fibers come from renewable wood sourced from sustainably managed forest. We use closed-loop process and environmentally efficient technologies that recycle raw materials and conserve natural resources. Our new generation products like Livaeco by Birla Cellulose, Liva Reviva, Birla Excel and Birla Spunshades are designed with superior sustainable credentials which contribute towards a greener environment.
Sustainability for us is to create positive value for all the stakeholders.
The guiding principles of our sustainability strategy are derived from the UN SDGs, the materiality issues identified with internal & external stakeholders, and the risk assessment constituted our Sustainability framework.
At the core of all the sustainability initiatives lies the well-being of our planet and its people.
To implement closed-loop technologies at all the fibre sites to achieve the EU BAT norms for sulphur release-to-air by 2022.
To apply innovative technologies to reduce water consumption, including the use of state-of-the-art membrane based technologies and establish new global benchmarks
To identify opportunities to reduce waste and evaluate alternative applications in infrastructure as well as in other industries
To increase use of alternative feedstock through intensive R&D efforts by working on relevant recycling technologies as well as on reverse logistics to optimise the process
To assess key suppliers for their sustainability, safety & health practices, legal compliances, ethics and labour rights
To reduce LTIFR by 90% with a strong focus on safety systems to safeguard our employees, nearby communities and suppliers
To empower 50,000 women by making them financially independent by 2030 and bridge the developmental gaps by ensuring gender equality, women empowerment and girl child education
Did you know one pair of blue jeans uses about 1500L of water?
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