Trinidad Tissues Limited embraces the principles of responsibility toward the community and the environment, and established these areas as essential parts of our business operations.
As the company seeks to expand its markets into to the wider Caribbean, we have actively sought to build strong ties with our surrounding communities. We continue to offer exciting opportunities by encouraging eligible residents to build a career with us, has improved social and community development and overall quality of life. Our impact is evidenced through the support given to important social care institutions in the Arima district and environs including the Memisa Centre - Home for Special Children, Servol and The Shelter - Home for Battered Women.
Trinidad Tissues Limited has also built a good relationship with our main educational institutions such as the University of the West Indies (UWI) and the nearby University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT). Many students have been granted the opportunity to use the company as a source to complete research projects for undergraduate and graduate programs.
Our contribution to the preservation of the environment has also been very significant and regulatory compliance remains one of the company's top priorities. Equal to protecting the health and safety of our employees, we consider environmental stewardship among our most important business responsibilities. For example we have successfully integrated water and paper recycling as part of our process thereby reducing level of effluent and negative impact on the environment.
As a multinational company, we will continue striving to achieve success in a manner that demonstrates ethical values and respect for people, communities and the natural environment in which we operate. We are committed to laying a foundation that not only meets the needs of the present, but will sustain many generations to come.