INSEE CEMENT is committed to preserving ecosystems
Insee Cement marked the launch of the “United Nations Decade for Ecosystem Restoration” by doubling its commitment to the conservation of the diverse ecosystems of Sri Lanka spread across the island.
The Director of Organization and Human Resources at Insee Cement – Sri Lanka, Chandana Wijayanama said: “Our conservation efforts come from understanding the urgency to act to prevent, halt and reverse the degradation of ecosystems. As a company that is intrinsically and irrevocably linked to natural resources, Insee Cement has strived from the start to mitigate environmental impact through sustainable manufacturing and responsible business practices. On this World Environment Day, we are strengthening our commitment to do our part to heal our ecosystems, improve natural habitats, protect our soils and water resources, and support our communities in the fight against climate change.
Insee Cement Managing Director – Sri Lanka, Gustavo Navarro said: “Insee Cement has never shied away from responsibility and commitment, especially when urgent global action is required. . While the nature of our business has always demanded adherence to the strictest and most stringent environmental standards, we have also used our resources and influence to create a longer and greater impact to restore and conserve our fragile ecosystems. .
“This year, as we mark the start of the United Nations Decade for the Restoration of Ecosystems, Insee Cement reaffirms our commitment to fight climate change, stop the collapse of biodiversity and thus improve lives and the means of sustenance within our most fundamental ecosystem; the communities in which we operate, ”he said.