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Energy Management

We aim to increase operational efficiencies to produce more while consuming lesser energy per unit

GRI 302-1, GRI 302-3 and GRI 302-4 ISO 26000 ISO 14001 and ISO 14001

Management Approach

We encourage our teams at all levels across our value chain to research and propose new or alternative methods to efficiently consume energy while decreasing our impact to the environment. Confirmed by our ISO 14001: Environmental Management System certification, we can effectively manage our business activities while improving environmental conditions.

In addition to having a system management approach towards environmental concern, for the past 3 years, we have integrated our “Innovation” programs to expand the scope to encompass not only business activities but also projects that aim to decrease our environmental impact.

Policy: Environmental Policy 

Stakeholders : 

Road Users, Communities, Business Partners and Employees

Short-term goals :

   3% reduction in overall energy consumption compared to production output (2020 baseline)

Long-term goals :

    6% reduction in production energy consumption (2020 baseline)

2022 Key Performances :

  • 162,818 gigajoules of energy consumed in 2022, or 22% reduction from 2020 baseline (0.31 gigajoule per ton produced) for Asphalt business in Thailand
  • 67,831 gigajoules of energy consumed in 2022, or 1.0 gigajoule per ton produced for Construction business

Total energy consumption (Gigajoules)
and energy consumption intensity
(Gigajoule per production ton)

Total energy/fuel consumption for
production and product heating
prior to sales (Gigajoules) and energy
consumption intensity for heating (Gigajoule per production ton)