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Corporate
Social
Responsibility

Our Strategy

We are committed to eliminating dengue and fostering a greener Indonesia.

 

Impact

 

Dengue prevention awareness

Reached (FY 24) Reached 30,000 homes and 1,500 elementary school students
 

Packaging material waste reduction

Reduced (FY 24) 573 tonnes of packaging material reduced
 

Community development

Achieved (FY 24) 12 upcycling and recycling workshops undertaken, 23 tonnes of waste upcycled and recycled and 105 homes educated
 

Aerosol can recycling collection drive

Conducted (FY 24) Conducted in 5 stores across 2 cities
 
 

Initiatives

Livelihood

Livelihood

Improving earning potential by building core domain skills, focusing on entrepreneurship and life skills education, and providing post-training support

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Godrej Kebaikan Bersama Waste Bank

Our team in Indonesia launched the Goodness Waste Bank initiative in partnership with Kertabumi, a non-governmental organisation focused on the environment. Through this initiative, we have empowered 105 households to become active members, collectively collecting over 2.3 tons of plastic and non-plastic waste. As part of this initiative, our team organised a total of 12 workshops for residents of the community to help them collect and recycle waste into valuable goods.

 

Community development

Public Health

Spreading awareness to ensure the health and well-being of the individuals in the community

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Dengue prevention awareness

150 of our team members in Indonesia volunteered their time towards educating 1,500 elementary school students across Jakarta, and 30,000 homes with larva monitoring agents across Indonesia on dengue prevention.

 

Waste management

Waste Management

Tackling inefficient solid waste management through partnerships with local municipalities, social entrepreneurs and residents

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Packaging material waste reduction

Packaging reduction and product model optimisation are key solutions currently being implemented to minimise potential waste. This initiative has significantly reduced 573 tonnes of packaging material in FY24. We optimise packaging materials overall, including their size, thickness, number of layers, and explore alternative plastic materials that can reduce packaging weight. In the future, we will continue to leverage emerging technology to further enhance the efficient use of materials for packaging at Godrej.

Aerosol can recycling collection drive

Our team in Indonesia conducted a recycling program in partnership with one of our key account, in 5 stores across 2 cities. We gathered empty mosquito repellent cans from consumers and collaborated with Rekosistem, a climate-tech startup specialising in waste management and recycling, to have them transformed into aluminium rolls and other metals.