SK Minerals & Additives Pvt Ltd. bears a greater duty and has a unique opportunity to serve society and the environment. We are devoted to carrying out our responsibilities and reaching our utmost potential.

We’ve talked about agriculture and animal nutrition, sustainability, and biodiversity, as well as our company’s increased scale and relevance.

As the responsible market leader, we are embarking on a path to improve our transparency, sustainability, and stakeholder engagement. And we intend to provide frequent updates on the status of our initiatives in these areas.

We are currently putting in place a set of steps to increase openness and sustainability throughout our organization.

Environmental Protection

It is a priority for SK Minerals & Additives Pvt Ltd., which focuses on Green Chemistry concepts and other environmental standards. We create new goods, improve old ones, create new formulas, application methods, delivery systems, and so on. We ensure that new goods or formulations are safe, non-harmful, and less poisonous.


We fulfil our commitment to safeguard the environment in a variety of ways. We are always trying to lessen the environmental effect of our business activities and to develop environmentally friendly product solutions. An efficient approach to raw materials and energy makes both environmental and economic sense to us. Our approaches assist to decrease environmental effects while also lowering expenses connected with materials, energy, emissions, and disposal.

Internal audits and external certification processes are conducted on a regular basis to guarantee that the systems at all sites fulfill the criteria in each scenario.

Climate Security

Climate change impacts everyone of us and is one of the most significant concerns that humanity will face in the future. Climate protection and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions are important priorities for Bayer. We predict that climate change will have an influence on our business sectors, but that we will also be part of the solution.

Energy Conservation

Our energy requirements have the most direct influence on greenhouse gas emissions. Manufacturing consumes the majority of our energy, which is determined by the production processes at the sites and the depth of our value chain.

This figure covers both primary and secondary energy use.

Water And Waste Disposal

Our commitment to sustainable growth is based on responsible water consumption. A sufficient supply of clean water is critical for the health of people, animals, and plants. That is why it is critical that industrial water consumption does not continue to cause local issues such as water shortages for those living in the catchment regions of our manufacturing locations. In our Water Position, we commit to following international, national, and local regulations in order to safeguard water resources, utilize them as sparingly as possible and decrease emissions into water.


We aim to do our part to reduce the environmental impact of our operations and value chain. To achieve this goal, we are expanding our sustainable operations.

We adhere to the circular economy concepts of minimizing (reducing waste and pollution), Recirculate (recirculating goods and materials at their best value), Regenerate (reduce emissions and regenerate natural systems), and Partnerships (collaboration across the value chain).

We perform sustainable activities that prevent health and safety hazards, have a low environmental effect, and are as circular as feasible. We support regulatory frameworks and policy efforts that encourage and incentivize new sustainable technologies, processes, and business models, as well as digitalization, which improves industrial competitiveness and reflects changing market realities.

More openness, we think, will promote a better, more sustainable, long-term collaboration with our stakeholders, eventually increasing trust in us and our ideas. As a result, we will continue to engage with stakeholders who want more openness and work to advance our efforts whenever practicable in the future. This is limited by the need to preserve company and trade secrets, as well as comply with current laws and regulations.

Our commitment to openness extends beyond our organisation; we aim to carry it forward in collaboration with our corporate, academic, and civil society partners. We encourage any open communication with interested stakeholders as we begin on this path.