New Belgium Brewery (NBB)
Purpose statement:- To manifest our love and talent by crafting our customers ' favourite brands and proving business ca...
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...vestable water for the crops and high protein food for the sea life animals. The declares it statistics by telling that 99.9% of its wastes gets recycles and 100% of its electricity comes from renewable energy sources.
The NBB has taken the integrative approach for its business to take it to next level. They chose the "Triple Bottom Line" (TBL) approach for the continuous improvement in all the sectors of the business i.e. by looking after the economic, social and environmental factors, which means organisation 's impacts upon profits, community and environment (planet). By following the Equal Employment Opportunity Act, organisation expects all its employees to take part and play a vital role in contributing towards the company 's vision and spread its accountability.
Speaking about the NBB 's purpose and belief, it is clear from their standards and the environment
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