Our ambition is to lead sustainability and productivity to benefit our customers, communities, industry, people and shareholders.

Our key sustainability principles

We provide our customers and clients with the goods and services they need.

We support our people, industries and communities in which we operate.

We do our part to look after the environment and animals in our care.

We operate ethically and to the highest standard.

We are dedicated to continually evolving and improving our sustainability program to meet the evolving needs of our stakeholders.

Learn about how we continue to operate, grow, and support our people and communities in our Sustainability Report.

Our priorities

Protecting the environment

Nature is inherent to our operations - how we look after our land, address climate change, manage our waste footprint and support sustainable farming.

People and Communities

Our long-term sustainability relies on our relationships - how we promote safety, attract and develop the best people and invest in our communities.

Ethical Operations

We are committed to acting ethically, with the highest standards in governance and transparency for our business.

The year in review

A snapshot of our sustainability achievements in 2023.

$3.33 million

In donations and sponsorships.

1,000 +

Local community sports teams and events sponsored.


Lost Time Injuries. $2M invested in safety capital expenditure.


Board positions are held by women.


Renewable electricity achieved through the procurement and retirement of large-scale generation certificates.


Reduction in Scope 1 and 2 emissions intensity against baseline year of 2021. 


Agricultural chemical containers collected for reuse and recycling.


2.18 tonnes

Bags collected for recycling. Elders now a member of Big Bag Recovery.

Meet the team

Karena Milios

Head of Sustainability
  • Elders Adelaide


To find out more about Sustainability at Elders, read our full Sustainability Report.


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