It is important to realize that glass is a highly energy consuming industry. A glass furnace operates at temperatures of 1500°C and as a result a significant amount of energy is required. These resources are costly as well as precious and therefore it is vital for Bengal Glass to implement energy efficiency measures at all levels of the manufacturing process of glass bottles and bulb shells. Along with efficiency, Bengal Glass is committed to recycling glass as a raw material in addition to reusing water and heat, while limiting the release of harmful gases into the environment.

The environmental measures undertaken have contributed to savings of 10,286 tons of CO2 emissions during the 12 month period from November 1, 2010 to October 31, 2011. These efforts were also recognized by the prestigious HSBC-Daily Star Climate Awards and Bengal Glass was awarded the prize for "Climate Champion in Green Operations" in December 2011.