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GRI 305-2
ISO 26000 and ISO 14001

Management Approach

Our company owns approximately 227,800 square meters of asphalt production plant in Thailand, including the Phra Pradaeng oil factory and Surat Thani factory. These locations have the potential to impact ecosystems and biodiversity as they are situated near natural water sources like the Chao Phraya River and the Tapi River. It is important to note that neither of these areas are designated as conservation areas or world heritage sites. To address these concerns, our company has implemented a ‘Mitigation Hierarchy’ approach in its business operations. This approach involves avoiding activities that could have severe consequences, improving operational practices, restoring any affected ecosystems, and monitoring the impact of projects implemented in biodiversity areas.

Policy : Environmental Policy

Stakeholders :

Communities, Employees and Business Partners

Short-term goals :

  1. Review indications of potential negative impacts on the ecosystem and biodiversity, and also set measures to eliminate or reduce the impact on high-risk projects at least twice a year
  2. Zero complaints from relevant stakeholders regarding the environmental impact from the operation of the business


Long-term goals :

  1. Engage with local communities to promote the conservation and restoration of the natural environment as well as create shared values at present and in the future

Key Performances :

There were 2 areas of domestic asphalt production business that are classified as high-risk groups; Phra Pradaeng and Surat Thani plants. Therefore, they conducted an assessment of compliance with environmental impact prevention and correction measures and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of the Asphalt and Oil Terminal Project according to the specified period (2 times a year). The report was submitted to the Office of Policy Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning, Marine Department

Complaint on
Relating to environmental impacts


   The Asphalt and Oil Terminal Project was implemented at Phra Pradaeng and Surat Thani Plants where the locations are at high risk of affecting biodiversity and ecosystems. As our places importance on biodiversity management in the operation of the mentioned area, a biodiversity and environmental impact assessment report was conducted along with the implementation of environmental preventive measures (Environmental Impact Assessment: EIA) and semi-annual environmental impact monitoring so as to ensure that terrestrial and aquatic species, genetic diversity and natural ecosystems will remain available.

   Protecting and restoring the biodiversity of forests and water bodies is part of the management that does not cause any loss to biodiversity (No-Net-Loss). We have established an environmental project in order to promote conservation and restoration of nature through environmental awareness activities with the local community continuously, such as the ecotourism development project at Bang Krasob Forest, located in the area of the Khung Bang Kachao. The area is a large fertile wetland and has a high diversity of plant and animal societies.