SMEC has released our 11th annual Sustainability Report, which outlines our progress towards our sustainability objectives and the environmental outcomes we influence through our projects and services.
SMEC has released our 11th annual Sustainability Report, which outlines our progress towards our sustainability objectives and the environmental outcomes we influence through our projects and services. The report also comprises our annual Communication on Progress to the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative.
“This year’s report highlights our key initiatives and progress towards ensuring we are operating sustainably in our three focus areas: People, Community, and Sustainability and Environment,” says Hari Poologasundram, CEO SMEC and CEO International Surbana Jurong. “We collaborate closely with all our stakeholders, including employees, clients, partners and local communities, in working towards these objectives.”
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