Lupin Limited today said it has received a certification for international sustainability rating standard (ISRS) from Det Norske Veritas (DNV), a global service provider for managing risk. The certification was issued after conducting the audit at three of the company's manufacturing facilities located in Ankleshwar, Mandideep and Tarapur, according the Mumbai-based pharma company.
The ISRS certification ensures that the operations are safe and sustainable. "This certification bears the testimony to Lupin's commitment towards adopting best practices in environment, health and safety for Lupin's global manufacturing operations," Rajendra B Chunodkar, executive vice president of the Mumbai-based pharma major said in a statement.
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