The IFA Green Leaf Award is offered to all IFA members and is given to a production complex (single site). It recognizes outstanding performance in Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) in Fertilizer Production among the Association’s membership. 

The Award is only open to registered Protect & Sustain users and is given every two years. 
 



Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd is 2017 IFA Green Leaf Award Winner 

 

Every two years, IFA recognizes SHE excellence in the membership with its prestigious Green Leaf Award. In 2017, an in-depth review of numerous applications by an independent jury concluded that the indian ammonia and urea production of Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd came out first.

The first and second runners-up were Fauji Fertilizer Company Ltd (Pakistan) and Shriram Fertilisers and Chemicals (India) respectively. A special recognition included a Green Leaf Best Progression Award for Engro Fertilizers Limited (Pakistan) to acknowledge significant SHE improvement in fertilizer production between 2015 and 2017.


Winner

Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd (Thal Unit)



From left to right
Charlotte Hebebrand (IFA), Brent Heimann (Arab Potash Company), Jan-Petter Fossum (Yara International), R.P. Jawale (RCF), Rakesh Kapur (IFFCO) and Dr Abdulrahman Jawahery (GPIC)


1st Runner Up

Fauji Fertilizer Company Ltd



From left to right
Jeff Dowson (SGS), Mubashar M. Butt (FFC), Charlotte Hebebrand (IFA), Ghulam Nabi (FFC), Naveed Khan (FFC) and Volker Andresen (IFA)


2nd Runner Up

DCM Shriram Ltd 



From left to right
Charlotte Hebebrand (IFA), Brent Heimann (Arab Potash Company), Jan-Petter Fossum (Yara International), Rakesh Kapur (IFFCO), K.K. Kaul (DCM Shriram) and Dr Abdulrahman Jawahery (GPIC)


2017 IFA Best Progression Award

Engro Fertilizers Ltd



From left to right
Charlotte Hebebrand (IFA), Brent Heimann (Arab Potash Company), Jan-Petter Fossum (Yara International), Rakesh Kapur (IFFCO), Bilal Mustafa (Engro) and Dr Abdulrahman Jawahery (GPIC)

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