Georgian Herbs

"The majority of people believe that smearing one cigarette does not harm anything, but when millions of people do it together, we have a great deal of rubbish that is causing problems, as well as in the cases of neglect of environmental and human rights, in particular cases. On global scale it becomes a serious problem, which is, among other things, damaging for business as well. By our conviction, CSR will give companies the opportunity to consider these issues in a systematic and joint efforts to resist. "

Organization: Georgian Herbs
Sector: Agriculture
Ownership: Private entity / Small
Year of establishment: 2012
Contact Person: Constantine Chachanidze - Project Manager (tel:593524858;email:

        The Georgian Herbs LLC is part of CSR Club since 2016,  company's aim is to improve existing standards of production and establish connections with financially powerful companies in various projects. One of the initiatives of Georgian Herbs was  cooperation with Ecovadis for assessment of their work. Assesment carried out by  Ecovadis platform that is built on international initiatives ideals such as  United Global Compact, ISO 26000, Global Reporting Initiative ...

       Organization’s  points of interest include the introduction of anti-corruption standards, elimination of discrimination and the equivalent compensation for work with equal value, monitored and controlled by company’s  code of ethics. For the purpose of minimizing ecological contamination,  company's office and warehouse only use energy efficient lamps and pay attention to the acquisition of new techniques with their energy efficiency mark. Participation in green rallies is hugely encouraged by company.

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