Beyond shaping global challenges, sustainability can drive business success, transforming the organisation’s purpose into performance.
Our sustainability purpose is to fuel the dreams and aspirations of our stakeholders responsibly by being a resilient business, building a resilient community and conserving a living planet. To this end, we have developed the DIMO Sustainability Agenda 2030, identifying the sustainable business focus areas for the company for the next eight years.
It is the pathway that we have chosen to determine organisational stability, to overcome challenges and to institute sustainable mechanisms in resource deployment and managing employees. This journey will see us diversify our workforce, products, and services and create a resilient community to build back a country full of opportunities.
We believe that our businesses should be built on principles that will ensure economic, social and environment sustainability, so that we can collectively build a society characterised by fair and equal treatment.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) play a key role in unifying such efforts. Therefore, it is our natural choice to commit ourselves to the SDGs, to ensure our business develops in a sustainable manner. Explore our sustainability focused projects to see how we are making a difference.
As a company that continuously strives to reshape the green energy landscape in Sri Lanka, DIMO provides advanced solutions for renewable energy sources in the country.
DIMO is committed to partner and empower our farmers, with a special focus on enabling them to improve their productivity.
DIMO believes that there are ample opportunities to undertake water projects of any scale to help the government achieve its national development objectives.
DIMO has always recognised the need to impart quality technical training to our customers, dealers, and staff as we believe the success of a company lies in the skill and competence of its people.
Supporting projects with the objective to restore a degraded rainforest by improving its ecological functions, habitat enrichment and diversity in species.
Conservation projects that help enrich and develop the communities’ living standards and add value by generating income.
Supporting a project to establish the biodiversity baseline in a 10 hectares block of degraded land, in the Kanneliya rainforest.
Project to restore a coral reef as naturally as possible, by cleaning the reef and re-planting broken corals.