Sign the Green Pledge The Green Business Handbook
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Some Lebanese companies and organizations have already passed the green light. Here are some examples:




  • Encourages employees to think before printing emails and documents
  • Uses reverse side printing if possible
  • Uses waste paper as drafts 
  • Collects and sorts all kinds of paper, carton, nylon,  PPE, plastic packaging and wrapping,  and sends them for recycling
  • Sends all IT hardware, toners and cartridges  for recycling
  • All recycling material is given to social help associations through trusted partners 
  • Limits energy usage to minimize electricity waste as much as possible 
  • Keeps water usage to a minimum 
  • All employees are engaged within the green mind set
 



  • Production measures:
  • Sells all wood  residues and remains to a company that reuses them; this stops them ending up as waste
  • Buys premium grade wood from Pollmeier in Germany; the company, which is FSC-certified, sells the driest wood in the world which helps to avoid humidity 
  • In the process of changing the machines in their production lines. Bought two new machines which consume less energy than their predecessors
  • Showroom/office measures:
  • Limiting paper waste as much as possible
  • Reduced the use of plastic cups. Currently using 10% of what was used previously
 



  • Aside from being a tobacco-free organization since 2002, Antoine has been eco-conscious since 2000
  • Waste Management Program:
  • Reduce
  • Digitalize most processes to decrease the use of paper
  • Encourage employees to print on both sides of their paper to reduce waste
  • Uses eco-friendly paper for all printing
  • Uses LED lights in offices and POSs to reduce heat and energy consumption
  • Installed solar collector panels on the head office’s roof to produce hot water and electricity 
  • Encourage employees to turn off office equipment (laptops, screens, light, AC, etc.) when not in use
  • Encourage employees to take the stairs
  • Promote and encourage employees to be cautious in energy and water usage in the office
  • Use rechargeable rather than single-use batteries 
  • Installation of “motion sensor light switches” in passages to reduce electricity use
  • Decrease the use of plastic at stores 
  • The total number of lights needed per floor and office will be reviewed and consequently decreased
  • Re-use:
  • Use waste paper for notes and sketches; a scrap paper pile is placed near printers and copiers
  • Changed from plastic to stainless steel cutlery at the head office
  • Changed from plastic cups to glass at the head office
  • Recycle: 
  • In 2019, with the support of all employees, the company started a recycling initiative for paper, plastic, cardboard and metal across Antoine’s head offices and most stores
  • Recycling of paper and cardboard has been taking place in the company’s head offices for more than 15 years
  • Installed recycle bins with clear sings at head offices and most stores
  • Uses recycled tissues and napkins
  • Uses biodegradable plastic trash bags
  • Antoine Green Committee: On a yearly basis nominates a group of enthusiastic employees to be responsible for initiating, supervising and encouraging green initiatives on the corporate level
  • Reward employees for reaching environmental targets, such as reducing waste or energy use
  • Adopting an internal green strategy to create environmental awareness 
  • Celebrate Global Recycling Day
  • Employee Engagement: HR manager only hires people who are committed to customers, employees, and the environment
  • Conducted employee awareness sessions under the guidance of Chaire de l'Éducation à l’Éco-Citoyenneté et au Développement Durable (CEECDD)-USJ
  • Employees build the company’s sustainability values into their personal lives
  • Social Incentives:
  • Certified users of d2w biodegradable bags since 2010
  • Sponsoring and supporting University environmental club events at NDU and AUB
  • Donates books to public libraries and NGOs
  • Created tote bags to replace plastic bags
  • Joined the environmental message campaign run by Ink Factory
  • Buys durable goods that have a long warranty period
 



  • Committed to protect the environment and to conserve natural resources in the utilization of MAN-LIFTS products
  • Always eagerly intended of making environmental policy as a stepping stone towards environmental sustainability in Lebanon (at the micro level) and the world (at the macro-level)
  • Equipped most fleets of rented machines with emission free technology while assuring proper operation and invested in the life cycle of machines to reduce the emission of pollutants in air which are major cause of global warming and ozone depletion
  • In 2018, purchases were based on several factors especially their environment impact. New imported man-lifts operate on battery and electricity
  • Owns the largest man-lifts in Lebanon which has the option to work on electricity and not only diesel
  • Invested in technicians’ know-how to adapt new practices which increase battery packs life cycle 
  • Aims to adapt new technologies which sustain our environment thus participating in making the world a better place for the future generation
 



  • Recycles waste by disposing containers for paper, plastic and metal in many locations in the building
  • Encourages employees to bring recyclable wastes to the office to send them to the recycling centers along with the office recyclables 
  • Signed an agreement with Ecoserv, a specialized company in Jounieh, to recycle e- waste (old phones, laptops, printers….)
  • Encourages carpooling and try to combine errands as much as possible
  • Launched a campaign to eliminate single-use items in the office. Tissues, napkins and plastic cups are replaced with washable towels and mugs (for employees) or glass (for visitors).
  • Prints on both sides of papers whenever possible and reuses as a draft any single page document without sensitive information
  • Offer Sirius line of generating sets from 30 to 3000 kVA in emission optimized versions Tier 3 or TA-Luft. On a large scale, sold the American university of Beirut a 3000 kVA genset with TA-Luft emissions and on a smaller scale, sold a building in Yerze a 150 kVA generator with Tier 3 emissions
  • Future plan: install in 2018 a solar panel system delivering 20 kW peak on the roof of the Allied building
 



  • Separates garbage paper, plastic, stainless 
  • Uses recycled pencil 
  • Uses printed papers as draft or to print on the back 
  • Prints necessary papers only 
  • Promotes awareness to be environmentally friendly, Under Email signature  
  • Adopts and promotes Food Waste Management System Product for all restaurants, hospitals, municipalities, recycling factories etc. 
 



  • Lights Out: It’s Earth Hour! Every year, HOLDAL joins the Earth Hour - a global annual event where millions of people turn their lights off for 1 hour to show how concerned they are about the planet. Lights in their premises were turned off on March 24 at 8:30 p.m. HOLDAL continuously encourages its colleagues to save energy throughout the year by turning off lights, heaters, ACs, printers, laptops, and going paperless…
  • World Clean Up Day. In partnership with ORIS brand, HOLDAL colleagues gathered on Saturday September 15 in Ramlet el Bayda to clean up the beach.
  • Majid Al Futtaim Green Star Award. Menbur City Centre Beirut store has been awarded the 5 Stars “Green Star Award”, an initiative that assesses the tenants’ sustainability policies and certain environmental and social aspects relevant to their fit-outs and operation.
  • Abtal El Bi’a Camps. For the 3rd consecutive year, HOLDAL Group is proud to have participated - in collaboration with Fattal Group - in the Environmental Championship Program organized by the Lebanon Mountain Trail Association (LMTA) & ECO Consulting. This unique camp brought together 14 children of Holdal and Fattal employees at the end of June. A second camp was also offered to 14 underprivileged children on behalf of HOLDAL & Fattal Group.
  • Recycling Program. Holdal Recycling Program has been running for 8 years at the company. Like every year, Holdal organized an annual awareness session with their partners (Arcenciel for recycling paper, cardboard, plastic and aluminum, and Beeatoona for electronic waste recycling) to enhance the recycling process. Their goal is to reduce overall consumption rather than recycling the waste.
  • Some of the quick wins achieved this year: Reviewed most of approval process and digitalized it in order to reduce paper use. They shifted to soft archiving.  Offered eco-friendly reusable mugs and bottles, and installed water fountains on premises to reduce usage of plastic bottles and plastic/paper cups. In HOLD & SHOP, they are proposing reusable eco-friendly bags instead of offering plastic bags. Switched from plastic containers to reusable eco-friendly containers in the cafeteria (with the support of F&D)
  • Recyclables volume: metal 5 kg, paper 2,500 kg, plastic 450 kg, aluminum 16 kg

    Future Initiatives:
    Optimize & Reduce Energy Consumption vs. Baseline
  • Install sub meters per floor in areas of high energy consumption
  • Install Daylight and PIR Sensors to regulate lighting in shared spaces and in offices without light switches
  • Develop better zoning for lighting & ACs in offices
  • Explore the feasibility of external louvers to decrease thermal heat from direct beam solar radiation
  • Limit AC thermostat settings to 22C in summer, 20C in winter
  • Explore heat recovery in the factory and measure its impact
  • Explore solar water panels at factory and measure their impact
  • Explore solar PV for lighting needs and liquid or air chillers for AC
  • Assess the efficiency of generators in fuel use and look into alternatives or optimization
  • Auto-hibernate screens and PCs after working hours
  • Elevator: given their energy consumption, look into counterweight and magnetic motors
    Decrease GHG Emissions from Transport vs. Baseline:
  • Reduce use of private cars through a software-triggered co-sharing scheme
  • Look into shifting to biodiesel or bioethanol
  • Use compost for agriculture, trees, etc.
  • Preferential parking spots for hybrid cars or low emissions vehicles as incentives
  • Explore bus transportation to offices for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from key residential hubs
  • Develop a work-from-home scheme (once a month) – where possible
    Decrease and Upcycle Outstanding Waste vs. Baseline:
  • Propagate reduce, reuse, recycle awareness schemes
  • Enforce recycling with points schemes and tests
  • Print on double-sided paper by default 
  • Use SOSD paperless technology for offices instead of printing documents on paper
  • Reduce plastic use by bringing your own mug and plate to cafeteria
  • Waste water treatment at factory
  • Factory: Use recyclable and lightweight material
  • Stop using plastic bags
    Optimize and Reduce Water Consumption vs. Baseline:
  • Irrigate only in the evening when need be
  • Shift some of the men’s toilets to urinals
  • Install tap-in technology or motion detector for taps (in WC)
  • Reinforce awareness of water in toilets
  • Explore a rain water recovery system
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  • Uses d2w biodegradable plastic bags in all outlets
  • Takes part in restoring Lebanon's woodland and mountain ecosystems through supporting Jouzour Loubnan since 2007
  • Raises awareness on green issues through various municipalities
  • Implemented a no smoking rule in all of its branches as of November 2011
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  • Use d2w bags in our offices
  • Reuse papers by printing double sided for all internal prints
  • Recycle paper by sending them to “Zero Waste Act” and the Covers of the plastic bottles by sending them to Arc en Ciel
  • Recycle plastic consumption from bottles and caps through Arcenciel regularly
  • Utilize low consumption lighting in our offices and provide Bonuses to the employees who drive Bikes
  • Encourage employees to carpool by introducing the Medco carpool plan to our employees
  • Install GPS on all vehicles cutting down on unnecessary fuel consumption
  • Promote sales of recycled paper in our office supplies division and use paper only from sustainable forests and chlorine free
  • Create awareness through our broadcasted newsletters on our website and in our publications
  • Smoke free offices since the year 2000
  • Work towards the reforestation of Lebanon by offering trees as corporate gifts and engaging in plantation activities with our employees. As a personal initiative of Mr. Fernand hosri; Ficut trees were planted on Pasteur street Gemmayzeh and other areas in the year 2004
  • Participated in I phone I tree Initiative, and the Plantation day
  • Switch sales employees to hand held machines which saves 90% of the energy consumed by regular computers and saves on paper since it shortcuts the paperwork usually involved
  • Use flat screens only and always turn them off during closing hours which saves 50% of the energy used otherwise
  • Take empty plots from the municipality and turn them into small gardens
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  • Uses d2w biodegradable bags in all its offices and for all its products
  • Established a paper recycling system in its offices
  • Utilizes low-consumption lighting



  • Biodegradable PET plastic in shoppings carts
  • Designed promotional flyers from recycled paper
  • Reverse vending machine that recycles plastic bottles
  • Created re-usable bags from environmentally-friendly fabrics and sold to customers at cost
  • Reduction in energy consumption by using more energy efficient LED lighting to shelving fixtures
  • Introduction of LED Lighting to all alcohol caves in our existing store in Lebanon
  • Installation of timer delays to stage machine start up on Refrigeration and AC installation, reducing power consumption
  • Use of friendlier refrigerant gas (R 404), less harmful than the historically used R 22
  • Introduction of toxin free FM200 fire suppression systems to electrical and computer room facilities
  • Construction waste management controls to reduce waste quantities
  • Sourcing and election of locally produced materials and equipment to reduce carbon foot print, where practicable
  • Introduction of external green space landscaping and tree planting, where permissible
  • Energy cost comparison studies for gas / versus fuel oil source for bakery ovens, to reduce revenue expenditure
  • Improving insulation of the building in Jnah , Tripoli, Saida
  • Applying 3M heat reflectors on curtain walls in Hazmieh
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  • Installed GPS systems in its entire vehicles fleet in order to cut down on unnecessary long travel and routes
  • Established a paper-recycling system in its offices
  • Active in planting, maintaining, and selling tree and flower products
  • Utilizes low-consumption lighting



  • Use biodegradable grocery bags at the supermarket and all our packages are food grade to ensure safety to the consumer
  • Waste management: At the offices, we are sorting personal waste into 5 bins (plastic, paper, metal, nylon, glass, organic waste) planning to apply this initiative at all other departments. As for waste produced during production and processing, we also sort cardboard and paper, plastic containers, and nylon waste as well as utilized oil to be sold, adding an indirect profit to the corporation
  • Shifted most of our lights to energy saving ones as well as LED lighting, producing less heat and consuming less electricity
  • Changing some processing techniques to provide heat for cooking by steam instead of gas burning, increasing efficiency by costing less and saving time
  • Our maintenance department has designed a system with a mechanism to use gas tanks in the most efficient way that reduced consumption almost by half
  • We are working on purchasing a burning unit for organic waste to produce energy for utilization during processing. This project will help reduce waste and reuse sources and increases savings
  • We are committed to increase our green initiative and always work on improvements that benefit the environment



  • Reusing: wood from shipping palettes, printed paper verso, old posters and marketing material as workshop tools…
  • Recycling: papers, cartons, used toner cartridges, Electronic waste equipment, metal…
  • Energy: replaced standard fluorescent lights with LED lights
  • Purchase: we buy paper products (towels, napkins and copy paper) that are unbleached; also our purchasing includes high quality sustainable products
  • Policy: We only print what is necessary and we suggest it in all our company emails signature
  • Technology: We are working to minimize the use of paper in the near future by installing a new software that would allow us to use soft copies instead of hard copies



  • Green timber: Unitco, our holding company, has long understood the importance of healthy environmental concerns and, among its recent green moves, has achieved FSC ® certification in 2015 for both its whitewood and beech production in Romania. This accreditation is an important addition to our commitment to the proper use of the forest and to the environment. It also allows us to give a boost to the growing population of customers who care about the sustainability of the source of their product. Environmentally suitable forest management ensures that the proper harvest of logs maintains the forest's biodiversity, productivity and ecological processes. It also safeguards the ability of future generations to benefit from this renewable resource
  • Green energy: In Romania, our group also plays its role in protecting the environment and its primary resource – the forest – by running a residual biomass based power plant. Wood remains the largest biomass energy source today and we use wood biomass such as wood chips, pellets, and sawdust to generate electricity
  • Green MDF: In Lebanon, ITCO is a longtime distributor of Swiss Krono, a world leading player in the wood products industry. Swiss Krono’s products are sold in more than 90 countries. Since its founding, Swiss Krono has been a pioneer in sustainability and environmental protection and uses wood exclusively from reliable FSC ® certified sources. Also, all their raw materials are used as completely as possible



  • Switching our entire product line up from the units that use the R22 Refrigerant (direct major cause of ozone depletion) to the entirely safe R410A refrigerant operating units
  • Conducting ongoing research aimed at achieving practical use of next-generation refrigerants that contribute less to global warming than conventional refrigerants
  • Focusing research on the energy efficiency of refrigerants during air conditioner use, as well as their direct effect on global warming and the effects throughout the entire lifecycle
  • Making decisions based on all contributing factors: environmental impact of refrigerants themselves, safety factors like flammability and toxicity, cost and availability of the refrigerant, and the cost of producing air conditioners that use the refrigerant
  • All our premises from offices to warehouses are smoke free environments



  • GES Headquarters in Lebanon and warehouse for international distribution in UAE are equipped with High Technology in saving power energy while using electronic files and documentation
  • We provide solutions for residential to enable low cost on energy and maximum comfort built with low voltage devices
  • Building now 1000 villas in Lebanon under the green international project supported by European Union, where all will be built in a green area under certain conditions
  • We use special daylight sensors, wind sensors and create a secure lifestyle into all projects
  • All the damaged and old electronic devices are returned to be recycled under the international law
  • GES engineering department concentrate on low cost, low energy and superb value to enable more power from small devices
  • We use low voltage devices with touch screen and low temperature designed to save power and energy



  • Compress carton boxes and paper and sell them for recycling
  • Installed LED lighting in the showrooms to save on power
  • Included D2W in our plastic bags to make them biodegradable
  • Use Green diesel fuel in our generators
  • Sort out the garbage produced into organic and recyclable metal, wood and plastic



  • Relocated to a shared office with partners to combine efforts in reducing electrical and water bills
  • Gave instructions to shift to energy saving lights on premises and reminded staff to turn off lights, computers, electronics and AC units before leaving workspace to reduce power consumption
  • Paper is reused for double sided printing drafts and documents are scanned instead of being photocopied to save papers
  • For trade and projects eco-friendly materials (solvent free and water base) that comply with environmental standards for paints and coatings with zero or very low VOC - volatile organic compounds and very low emission of vapors
  • Keen to enhance green commitment by adopting all possible practices to support Environmental actions

 

  • The usage of recycled paper bags for merchandise
  • Piling, sealing and sending all the outdated HOG magazines to Arc en ciel
  • Saving of the receipt and invoice papers to take notes on the other empty side of the paper
  • The motorcycles are equipped with Catalyseurs found in the exhaust, which has the same impact as the emissive filters, to drain the high possibility of air pollution once the bike is on the run
  • Almost every part and accessories are recycled and reused, and those that cannot be reused are dumped into the sea, to make shelters to the fish and the aquatic animal life
  • Reduction in paper consumption costs that effect the yearly stationary costs
  • Participating in some NGO events and building  good public relations with the organizations in which we support through our “green preservation” concept
  • Acknowledging and educating the bike purchasers that we care about the surrounding and that our bikes are manufactured with the care of reduction of air pollution

 

  • Use the same specially-made delivery bags among branches that are environmentally friendly, without disposing them 
  • Replaced paper napkins and paper drying towels with cloth towels
  • Refill printer toner cartridges
  • Donate regularly huge amount of uniforms, old stock clothing to non-profit organizations
  • Use multipurpose cleaners for stores
  • Discourage the use of plastic water bottles and encourage the of use refillable water containers
  • Reduced operating hours of industrial elevator to save energy
  • Future initiatives:
  • Install rooftop solar panels to produce energy instead of relying on generators
  • Encourage staff to carpool
  • Install paper recycling bins in offices
  • Reduce the printing of paper





  • Installed a solar system capable of covering all power needs, including the administration area (lighting, air conditioning), manufacturing (welding), service (overhead crane) and many other usages, up to a total load of 150 kW. The system installed derives clean & pure energy from the sun which helps in combating greenhouse gas emissions & global warming & reduce collective dependence on fossil fuel, as well
  • Caterpillar offers a full range of Cat Hybrid Microgrid Solutions from 10 kW to 100 MW
  • Cat advanced Solar Solution based on advanced thin-film solar modules that are setting the industry benchmark
  • Controls: Cat Microgrid Master Controller (MMC)
  • Energy Storage Paired with Cat Bi-directional Power (BDP) Module
  • Flexible Fuel Options
    The CAT HYBRID MICROGRID SOLUTION provides:
  • Increased energy efficiency with no reliance on the grid and optimal total cost of ownership
  • Efficient power that can be produced where and when it is needed without transmission lines and transformer losses
  • High performance, scalable system designed and built using standardized building blocks that are easy and quick to install even in challenging environments
    Other environmental friendly products are available at M. Ezzat Jallad & Fils such as:
  • Low emission generating sets
  • Soot filters and catalytic converters
  • Using led lighting instead of yellow



  • ABC’s environmental initiatives are grounded in its main objective to shed the light on a crucial CSR subject while acting as a role model for other corporations and the Lebanese community as whole
  • Was a pioneer in promoting a smoke free environment on its premises
  • Launched the photovoltaic power plant at its branch in Ashrafieh and succeeded in generating 31% of the mall’s electricity needs in 2015, which is enough power supply for 300 homes
  • Implemented a waste management program in collaboration with “Zero Waste Act” which is part of Contra International. With its slogan “Join the cycle”, ABC’s campaign promoted good waste practices among the Lebanese by implementing a series of procedures within its malls such as: introducing recycle bins, distributing educational materials, conducting educational games for children as well as setting up promotional platforms on the importance of recycling. All ABC premises, tenant spaces included, are equipped with segregated waste bins
  • Recycled more than 100,000 kg of recyclable materials in 2015, which is equivalent to eight times those recycled in a Lebanese municipality of 800 people
  • Hosted environmental awareness workshops within its premises in March and May 2016. This was done in collaboration with "Zero Waste ACT" as well as "Cedars environment", "Earth Lebanon" and “Arcenciel". These workshops targeted school students, reaching more than 1500 in total, to teach them about the importance of adopting a culture of reusing, sorting and recycling. The ultimate aim is to raise generations that are more environmentally conscious and to elicit real behavioral change
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  • Replaced all regular light bulbs in all the branches and the head office with energy saving ones
  • Utilize emails as a communication tool
  • Using non – toxic dry ink in our machines
  • Type of paper used: Chlorine – free paper
  • Using oxo-biodegradable plastic bags instead of the regular ones
  • Use power saving mode in all the machines
  • Add motion sensor lights to the bath rooms, store rooms and all areas that are not used continually to save energy in all branches
  • Shredding all papers, that are then sent to be recycled
  • Assign delivery to clients based on area to reduce transit and fuel consumption



  • Introduced environmental friendly policies and procedures 
  • Placed warning stickers to turn off electronics, lighting, and HVAC 
  • Adapted electronic documentation and management system to reduce paper usage
  • Use recycled paper
  • Reduce waste generated by operations
  • Altered waste disposal methods in factory
  • Recycles scrap metal in factory 
  • Introduced smoke free environment since 2015
  • Introduced hybrid systems especially to telecom companies 
  • Installed solar system in factory offices and started introducing it to customers 
  • Installed catalytic and soot filter in most executed power plant project
  • Gradually replacing light bulbs with LED light
  • All staff uses printer-friendly email signature
  • Promotes the Green Business Initiative through email signature 

 


  • Imports eco-friendly Nano Energy 3 tires from Toyo Tires Since 2016 - official dealers for in the Lebanese market. These tires are manufactured using A.T.O.M (Advanced Tire Operation Module) production system that helps decrease fuel consumption without affecting the quality and performance
  • Launched a Recycling Competition in cooperation with AUB and LDU NLC Universities for Interior Design and Architectural students which consists of encouraging students’ creativity to make products by reusing and recycling automotive products such as tires, batteries, lubricants, etc.
  • Collects of cartons, plastic and other wrapping material used for products which are picked up by small independent firms that sell them to other companies
  • Reuses and recycling internal office paper, envelopes and files
  • Recycles components such as recycling used empty Lubricant Drums by turning them into contemporary furniture such as chairs and tables
  • Up-cycles empty Oil Barrels into BBQ Grills and donate them



  • Established a sorting system in all branches. Waste is sorted: organic and non-organic materials 
  • Recycle paper by contracting Arc En Ciel for pickup of used and shredded papers on a weekly basis
  • Planted cedar trees in 2014 in the Barouk Chouf Natural Reserve
  • Organize annual spring trips in the outdoors to raise awareness within the establishment
  • Promote excursion projects in the great outdoors, such as Team Lebanon’s recent climb of the Mount Denali in North America (2016)
  • Import/Export consolidations: all merchandise transportation is organized in order to reduce carbon emissions and reduce traffic density
  • Continuously contribute to upcycling projects by providing several communities, charity organizations and NGOs with fabric left-overs: Schools and organizations such as AFEL, IRAP, Sarah’s Bags, Arc En Ciel, Cirquenciel, Waste, Patchwork, Saint Vincent de Paul, Caritas Migrant Center, Tahaddi Lebanon, Recycle Beirut and the Red Cross are successfully re-using our fabrics and wallpapers
  • Aiming our marketing and branding strategies towards the importance of taking green initiatives, encouraging a positive taking of action: yearly corporate gifts are made of upcycled fabrics by local NGOs within the vision of protecting the environment. Packaging and cards are made of recycled paper
  • Most of our fabrics and wallpapers are in conformity with American and European production standards and are all tested for harmful substances, according to Oeko-Tex® Standard 100
  • Most of our fabrics and wallpapers are made of natural yarns and fibers such as cotton, linen, silk and viscose
  • Most of our fabrics and wallpapers are easily to wash and maintain. This avoids the use of all kinds of bleaching products
  • Our wallpapers are made of eco-friendly inking systems and papers. Their installation and removal do not require the use of toxic substances
  • Our plastic bags are made of d2w, in favor of biodegradable, reusable and recyclable plastic
  • Implementation of a no-smoking policy on all premises



  • Enforced a recycling system internally in support of T.E.R.R.E. Liban in “Papivore Malin” the paper recycling project.
  • Shifted to using LED lights to reduce energy consumption
  • Reduced paper consumption by printing on both sides
  • Minimized paper waste by installing automatic hand dryers
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