The group is always serious in taking appropriate measures in safeguarding the environment and has strong commitment to follow the procedures/arrangements required to control environmental hazards. The group is very serious about its environmental and social responsibilities. We are committed to the prosperity of the localities in which our units are placed. The group has installed new & latest fully automatic Bagasse fired boilers with latest Fly Ash arresters along with the cyclones for the boiler ash removal. In addition to the advanced bagasse fired boiler and to mitigate the emission effect the group promotes the plantation of trees. The major focus is given to reduce the quantity of effluent water generation with continuous improvement. The group has replaced the use of black oil with imported white/Transparent oil due to which oil consumption has been reduced by 4 times.

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Arrangements are done to collect waste oil in mills area. In case any minor quantity of oil goes to the waste water it is recovered by oil skimmers to minimize the oil contamination. Different size strainers have been installed in waste water channel to remove foreign matters and sludge. Lagoons/Settling Tanks have been constructed with aeration system for the waste water.

The group also produces sugar from sugar beets. Sugar beet is a more sustainable crop than sugar cane, one that uses not only less water, but also fewer other inputs including fertilizer and energy.
The sugar beet line consumes no fossil fuels as the plant runs on the bagasse generated during the cane crushing season – this environmentally friendly outcome is a direct result of the innovative multi-feedstock plant structure. Similarly, fewer irrigations required for sugar beet have positive knock-on effects. As irrigation in Pakistan is generally done via diesel fuelled pumps and generators, the significant reduction in irrigation needs also cuts fossil fuel use in irrigation, thereby reducing the climate change footprint of the sugar production process. Finally, sugar beet also utilizes less fertilizer than sugar cane. Given the high greenhouse gas footprint of the fertilizer industry, the reduced use of fertilizer also constitutes to a better overall sugar beet GHG footprint.


Almoiz Industries is registered with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) under the KYOTO protocol for Certified Emission Reduction Credits (CERS). World class processing practices are adopted which are continuously improved, helping Almoiz Industries to reduce its carbon emissions and establish Almoiz as an environmentally responsible entity.

With a firm belief in recycling, Almoiz feel it imperative that nature be sent back what it gives us, employing the concept of “Triple R” (reduce, reuse and recycle).