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Dos Pinos Increases Resources for Social Impact Donations by 17% in Sustainability Milestone

Dos Pinos Increases Resources for Social Impact Donations by 17% in Sustainability Milestone

Alajuela, Costa Rica — Dos Pinos, a prominent dairy cooperative in Costa Rica, has unveiled its latest Sustainability Report, marking a significant advancement in its commitment to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles.

The cooperative has achieved zero waste in its Costa Rican plants, demonstrating its dedication to sustainable operations and setting a benchmark for the industry.

We aspire to consolidate a regional business model adapted to climate change that ensures triple impact – environmental, social, and governance – to contribute to building a better region and an operation with a positive and green footprint.

Luis Mastroeni, Director of Corporate Relations and Sustainability at Dos Pinos

In an impressive move towards sustainability, Dos Pinos has managed to convert 95% of its PET bottles to RPET, using non-virgin resin. This shift underscores the cooperative’s drive to reduce its environmental footprint and promote recycling.

The cooperative has also successfully recovered 9% of its packaging, ensuring these materials are recycled properly. This initiative highlights Dos Pinos’ proactive approach to waste management and its role in fostering a circular economy.

Dos Pinos executed 60 projects aimed at risk reduction, reflecting its comprehensive strategy to enhance operational safety and resilience. This proactive risk management approach is crucial in maintaining the stability and sustainability of its operations.

A notable achievement in the cooperative’s social responsibility efforts is the 17% increase in resources allocated to social impact donations. This increase signifies Dos Pinos’ ongoing commitment to supporting community welfare and development.

Furthermore, Dos Pinos has increased its participation in the Blue Flag Ecological Program by 40%. This participation emphasizes the cooperative’s dedication to environmental stewardship and its efforts to maintain eco-friendly practices.

The cooperative has achieved a 33% reduction in workplace accidents compared to 2022, showcasing its commitment to employee safety and well-being. This reduction is a testament to the effectiveness of Dos Pinos’ safety protocols and training programs.

Women’s participation in corporate positions at Dos Pinos has risen by 7.7%, reflecting the cooperative’s commitment to gender equality and empowerment. This increase aligns with global trends towards more inclusive and diverse workplaces.

Dos Pinos has exceeded its efficiency indicator for sustainable practices by 130%, demonstrating its operational excellence and commitment to sustainability. This achievement highlights the cooperative’s ability to implement and maintain high standards of efficiency and sustainability.

Dos Pinos’ sustainability milestones reflect its strategic vision and commitment to ESG principles, setting a precedent for other organizations in the region. As the cooperative continues to advance its sustainability agenda, it remains a pivotal player in promoting a greener and more socially responsible business landscape.

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About Dos Pinos:
Dos Pinos is a leading dairy cooperative in Costa Rica, dedicated to producing high-quality dairy products while maintaining a strong commitment to sustainability, social responsibility, and innovation. The cooperative strives to enhance the well-being of its members, employees, and the communities it serves through various initiatives and sustainable practices.

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