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As a leading pulp and paper manufacturer, Indah Kiat's Perawang Mill realizes that its operations should never be at the expense of environment. The company bears responsibility for the environmental impacts on its products and operations.
Indah Kiat commitment to environmental protection is clearly indicated in the company’s environment policy as follows:
- Protection of the environment by prevention of pollution and compliance with environmental legislation and regulation
- Continuous improvement in production and energy efficiency, resources recycling and waste minimization
- Close monitoring of environmental performance
- Optimize the use of wood resources
- Environmental awareness
- Ppreventions’ of infectious diseases
- Preservation of Siak Traditional Woven Cloth
- Emergency preparedness and response
- Public Education Center "Rumah Pintar"
- Public library
Indah Kiat's Perawang is able to generate the majority of its energy needs, (66.5% in 2008, 64.0% in 2009), from process-generated by-products, recycled as renewable fuels. These comprise primarily black liquor, generated from the pulp production process and bark and screenings from the pulpwood raw material. Other purchased renewable fuels accounted for between 2 and 3% of the mill’s energy inputs in these years.
Non-renewable fuels, mainly comprising coal, contributed 24% and 30.5% of energy inputs, respectively, in 2008 and 2009, with diesel oil and marine/ heavy fuel oils - for start-up and stand-by use - accounting for just over 2 per cent.
Installation of a new multi-fuel boiler and gas turbine facilities in 2008 now provides us with a greater capacity to burn non-fossil fuels, and we are committed to find additional sources of renewable fuels, such as palm bunch residues from palm oil production.
For both years there was a surplus of electrical energy generated over and above mill requirements, hence none was purchased from PLN – the state electricity company. The small surplus available of about 7,000 MWh, produced in both 2008 and 2009, was used for community use.
One of the most significant components of SMF's plans for sustainability is a sophisticated and far-reaching Research and Development (R&D) effort. R&D was founded in 1990. SMF has a number of major programs under way include, including work in tree improvement, silvi culture, soil nutrients, and nutrition research, biotechnology, pest and disease control, and nursery improvements. R&D employee With a staff of more than 400 more than 130 people staffs, including 50 researchers, and another 400 contract workers. SMF has made its investment in forestry research and development a key part of its sustainability program.
SMF's R&D operation has a clear, singular objective strives, which is to produce the best quality pulp wood planting material and the best plantation in the world. SMF's R&D The missions of R&D are to:
- Enhance competitiveness by adopting world-class standards and environmentally friendly practices;
- Improve plantation productivity through the development and application of leading technologies;
- Conduct research to overcome problems encountered in existing plantations.
Water is sourced from the adjacent Siak river. Our water use increased by 18% in 2009, as compared to 2008, from 124.5Mm3 to 146.2Mm3. Notwithstanding the increased water drawn from the Siak river, our discharges of treated wastewater back to the river fell from 90.8Mm3 in 2008 to 87.2Mm3 in 2009. This apparent anomaly of increased abstraction but reduced discharge can probably be explained by the commissioning of new machinery in 2009, in conjunction with uncontaminated water used for power generation cooling purposes now by-passing the wastewater treatment plant.
Two new boilers installed in 2008 formed as part of our mill upgrading and equipment replacement plan have resulted in a 2 per cent reduction in water usage associated with steam losses. Approximately 9.9 m3 of water was used to produce a tonne of pulp and paper products in 2008 and this figure increased to 11.5 m3 in 2009. This figure is well within the IFC World Bank standard for water consumption for paper products.
Heavy metal content from discharged wastewater measured at Indah Kiat's Perawang mill since 2008 has been below the threshold set in the provincial standard during the reporting period. Other water quality parameters are also in compliance with local regulatory standards.