CPL Aromas has recently announced the appointment of its first Head of Sustainability as Emily Heron, who has worked with CPL Aromas for 6 years and is based at the company’s European manufacturing facility in Brixworth.
She has a passion for the protection of the environment and achieved a BSc in Marine Biology and Oceanography from the University of Plymouth. During her time at CPL, Emily has managed the QSHE department and has been responsible for building and coordinating environmental awareness throughout the company and played a significant role in certification to the international environmental standard ISO 1400:2015 at the Brixworth and Dubai production sites.
CPL Aroma’s Commitment
According to the company, this new appointment has been made to help ensure CPL’s commitment to provide a sustainable future within the fragrance industry which go in line with CPL’s beliefs that sustainability is about meeting the needs of the present without compromising future generations by providing a balance between the interests of the environment, society and economy.
The company is committed to deliver continual improvement by encouraging communication and the sharing of good practices between CPL’s 17 global sites by raising awareness of important sustainability issues.
With this new appointment CPL aims to demonstrates its ongoing commitment to develop a global strategy that is systematically pointed towards growth that can be maintained in a responsible manner.
Commenting on the appointment CPL Aromas CEO, Chris Pickthall said;
“Sustainability is important to CPL Aromas. We recognize that we cannot maintain our quality of life for future generations unless we commit to change the way we work now. The appointment of Emily Heron as Head of Sustainability demonstrates CPL’s commitment to work in ways that help to minimize the environmental impact of our activities across the world”
Speaking on her recent appointment Emily explained;
“CPL Aromas already has several sustainability initiatives in place including a commitment to lower its impact on the environment using LED lighting across all sites, water saving schemes and waste reduction projects. One relatively new initiative is a pledge to add sustainably sourced ingredients to the perfumery palette, including a partnership with farmers in Sri Lanka to use Black Pepper oil in fragrance creations”