Corporate Social Responsibility
We define Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as our commitment to work as partners with all our stakeholders to effectively improve the quality of life of the members of our workforce, their families and the local communities around our facilities.
CSR is locally managed and specific responsibilities have been assigned for coordinating local projects, communicating CSR activities internally and to external stakeholders, establishing stakeholders’ dialogue and relations, as well as participating in corporate monitoring, evaluation and reporting.
Creating a strong business and building a better world are not conflicting goals – they are both essential ingredients for long-term success
Every endeavor is made to effectively maintain and continually improve our processes/ activities with respect to environment and maintain greenery within and around plant premises. Company had already planted trees in Factory premises on both sides of road from Factory to Sakran Police Station. Attock Cement Pakistan Limited has planted more than 4000 plants during the year 2017 to 2018. Current year plants target in line-3 area is about 5000. As a responsible organization, ACPL fulfills all the applicable legal, social and moral obligations related to environmental control. ACPL aims at contributing generously towards mitigating pollution effects and thus save this world for future generations.
In addition to greenery, ACPL has also been looking for projects such as the successful installation of Waste Heat Recovery System which was registered with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) for reduction in carbon emissions.
Recently Company Management has expended millions of rupees for installation of Bag House for elimination of dust emission. The old technology and inefficient Electro Precipitator at Line-1 causing dust emissions to some extent was also replaced with most modern Bag house supplied and erected by HCRDI, China in May 2019 at a cost of 240 million rupees. This resulted in the significant reduction of dust emissions from 290 mg / NM3 to around 40-45 mg / NM3 much less NEQS allowable limit of 300 mg / NM3.