Through leadership, staff involvement and effective management we shall:
- Endeavour to preserve and manage our operations in a sustainable manner for the well being of future generations.
- Consider environmental and sustainability aspects as an integral part of our business strategy and operating methods.
- Recognise the global challenges due to climate change and diligently honour our responsibility to reduce the environmental impacts of our business operations.
- Continually monitor and improve our environmental performances and support customers', employees', partners', and other stakeholders' environmental and sustainability progress.
At a Glance
Fostering Green Energy
Nov. 2019 - Photovoltaic panels installed at CPMD (3 kW), Emtel (5 kW), MC Vision (17 kW) and Currimjee Head office (3.2 kW). Le Chaland Resort Village also invested in 60 Photovoltaic solar lightings (2,400 W), for the region of La Cambuse.View gallery
Collecting and Using Rainwater
Nov. 2019 - Rainwater harvesting systems implemented at Batimex, CPMD, Currimjee Head office, Emtel and MC Vision for cleaning, gardening and for connection to washrooms. 510,000 Litres of rainwater has been collected and used in 2018.View gallery
Responsible waste disposal
Nov. 2019 - The Currimjee Group adopts the 4R (Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle). In 2018, 3.8 Tons of paper and 11 Tons of E-waste from business units were recycled. A national e-waste recycling program for the public was launched in May 2019 by Emtel.View gallery
Reducing our carbon footprint
Nov. 2019 - The Currimjee Group endeavours to minimise its carbon footprint through key initiatives including: replacing fluorescent lights with LED lights, using FSC certified paper, and affixing environmental signage to raise staff awareness on environmental issues.View gallery
Adopting an Eco-calendar
Nov. 2019 - Major environmental events are celebrated every year to create staff awareness. Events include Earth Hour, Earth Day, and World Environment Day. Actions are deployed through key activities including tree planting, community clean up.View gallery
Preserving endangered native and endemic fauna and flora
Nov. 2019 - Initiatives include: endemic re-vegetation of La Citadelle with Friends of the Environment, protection of the Mauritian Fody bird, and Grande Montagne endemic restoration (Rodrigues) with Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, and Mangrove planting with Eli Africa.View gallery
Promoting eco-agricultural practices
Nov. 2019 - Organic farming training for 15 farmers in the southern region was sponsored by Currimjee Foundation in 2018. This initiative aimed to sensitize local planters and promote environmental friendly agricultural practices.View gallery
Nov. 2019 - The UNESCO Sandwatch Programme aiming to raise awareness on climate change and promote the study of sand erosion was implemented in two secondary schools by the NGO Association pour le Developpement Durable, with the support of Currimjee Foundation.View gallery
Marine Biodiversity Conservation
Nov. 2019 - Currimjee Foundation and Le Chaland Hotel Ltd partnered with NGO REEF Conservation to promote the conservation of marine biodiversity. More than 600 people including Currimjee Group staff were sensitised via the 'Bis la mer' a mobile marine display classroom.View gallery
Stock Exchange Mauritius Sustainability Index (SEMSI)
Nov. 2019 - Compagnie Immobilière Limitée (CIL) is among the selected companies listed in on the Stock Exchange Mauritius Sustainability Index (SEMSI), a national performance evaluation framework promoting sustainability, good governance and transparent business practicesView gallery