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We believe the importance of managing environmental and social performance throughout the life of a project. We believe with effective Environmental and Social Management System (ESMS) is a dynamic and continuous process applied by management and involves engagement with all stakeholders that directly affected by the project. It is indeed appropriate to the nature and scale of the project promotes sound and sustainable environmental and social performance, and can lead to improved financial, social, and environmental outcomes.


Our fundamental base on the role and impact to the community development programs is certainly in line with our vision as an Indonesian advancing our the country outside the Java Island. We are upholding human rights principles in ethics, social,  environmental policies and international standards of corporate social responsibility for our industries by continue to promote development programs on educational & health care improvement, economy system support and alternative economy programs, as well as cooperation with other parties.


Our objectives

  • To identify and evaluate environmental and social risks and impacts of the project.

  • To adopt a mitigation hierarchy to anticipate and avoid, or where avoidance is not possible, minimize, and, where residual impacts remain, compensate/offset for risks and impacts to workers, affected communities, and the environment.

  • To promote improved environmental and social performance through the effective use of management systems.

  • To ensure that grievances from affected communities and external communications from other stakeholders are responded to and managed appropriately.





We recognize that protecting and conserving biodiversity, maintaining ecosystem services, and sustainably managing living natural resources are fundamental to sustainable development. We have been guided by the Convention on Biological Diversity, which defines biodiversity as “the variability among living organisms from all sources including, inter alia, terrestrial, marine and other aquatic ecosystems and the ecological complexes of which they are a part; this includes diversity within species, between species, and of ecosystems.” As the ecosystem services are the benefits that people, including businesses, derive from ecosystems.


Ecosystem services valued by humans are often underpinned by biodiversity. Impacts on biodiversity can therefore often adversely affect the delivery of ecosystem services. We addresses for a sustainably manage and mitigate impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem services throughout the project’s life cycle.


Our objectives

  • To protect and conserve biodiversity.

  • To maintain the benefits from ecosystem services.

  • To promote the sustainable management of living natural resources through the adoption of practices that integrate conservation needs and development priorities.

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