Ausenco’s 2020 Sustainability Report highlights its longstanding commitment to sustainability, sets the stage for a comprehensive review of all global activities, and reaffirms the company’s vision of finding a better way to create a sustainable future.
Ausenco’s sustainability goal is built on the premise that human well-being, and the economic benefits derived from the work it does, requires respect for its people, clients, communities, and the natural environment.
“Ausenco was founded on the core belief that we must find a better way to preserve the finite resources the planet offers, especially when faced with the challenges of population growth and a changing climate”, said Zimi Meka, CEO. “Our success and reputation are built on developing innovative designs that incorporate energy, water, and process efficiencies to create smaller footprints and reduce environmental impacts.”
Paul Hemsley, Ausenco’s Executive VP Environment, Social and Governance Strategy, added: “We have the expertise and the experience to support clients in the search for the most sustainable approach to the development of the raw materials necessary to produce goods and services for consumers around the world. Through our services, we help our clients identify risks, minimise impacts, and create intergenerational benefits from the planet’s bounty.”
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/environment-sustainability/23042021/ausenco-releases-2020-sustainability-report/
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