St. Paul University Dumaguete
College of Business and Information Technology
In Partial Fulfillments of the Requirements in
Total Quality Management
Topic: Nestlé’s Environmental and Quality Policy
Engr. Ma. Carol P. Tubog, MM
April 3, 2014
Maquiling, John Daniel P.
Environmental Policy of Nestle
At Nestlé, the recognised world’s leading Nutrition, Health and Wellness Company, we believe that to be successful over the long-term we need to create value for our shareholders and for society as a whole. We call this Creating Shared Value (CSV). As an essential prerequisite for CSV we not only have to comply with all applicable legal requirements and The Nestlé Corporate Business Principles but also ensure that the principle of sustainable development is embedded in our activities, brands and products. This means protecting the future by making the right choices in an environment where water is increasingly scarce, natural resources are constrained and biodiversity is declining. All of these elements are vital for feeding a growing world population and for the development of Nestlé. Moreover, climate change may exacerbate our Planet’s environmental challenges. Nestlé is therefore committed to:
• Full compliance with all applicable legal environmental requirements and our internal requirements where specific environmental legislation is non-existent or insufficient;
• The continual improvement of the environmental performance of our activities, products and services and prevention of pollution through the Nestlé Environmental Management System (NEMS) which complies with the international ISO 14001 standard;
• The systematic assessment and optimisation of environmental impacts in the design of new and renovated products;
• The responsible sourcing of ingredients, packaging materials and other goods and services from suppliers who comply with the Nestlé Supplier Code and...
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