At Himalayan social responsibility is primary. The desire to bring about a positive change in people’s lives is the fuel that drives us. Corporates impact the society and the environment through their operations, products and services. From the beginning, Himalayan has recognized this responsibility and worked towards the development of the wider community they operate in. Himalayan’s CSR programme is guided by its core values, which form the nucleus of its corporate culture. Over the years, we have realized and learnt that an organization’s survival and progress is a function of three key vectors – The organization itself, the society and the environment. The three vectors are at the core of our organization too and all are activities are performed after taking care of all the above mentioned three vectors.

Lowering the Carbon footprint:
Recyclability is the need of the hour. We at Himalayan, understand and appreciate it fully. Therefore, all our products/containers are recyclable. Hence we try to fulfill our responsibility towards nature by maintaining a clean and healthy environment.

The ‘Go Green’ Approach:
In order to make itself environment friendly at all levels, the company adheres to necessary legal and environmental compliances and adopts various technologies as a part of the process. The various facets of environmental issues like air pollution, water pollution and solid waste disposal are some of the utmost concerns of the company and it takes active preventive measures to safeguard the surroundings from its’ adverse effects. Planting trees around the premises and maintenance of various parks in the city are some of the focus areas of our ‘Go Green’ Approach.

Medical and Blood Donation Camps:
The management and staff of the organization are determined to provide improved health services to the people of the city in which we operate. In connection to this, free medical camps and blood donation camps are being organized by the organization regularly. Integrated medical camps with super specialist doctors from eminent hospitals have benefited many inhabitants of the nearby villages. Women welfare programs are also organized regularly.