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IndoAgri total plantation
86% is Palm Oil
nucleus and plasma
or 458,000 tonnes
Please read our new Sustainability Report 2018. Please find our Sustainability Policies here.
Sustainability Report 2018
At A Glance
- No primary forest clearance on our sites.
- No degradation of High Conservation Value (HCV) areas.
- High Carbon Stock (HCS) study completed at 11 estates.
- Improved fire risk control: IndoAgri invested in a further 13 fire towers, bringing our total to 196.
Reducing social conflict
- 100% of our sites have now set up SMK3 (Sistem Manajemen Keselamatan dan Kesehatan Kerja), the Indonesian OHS (Occupational Health and System) standard. 34 sites (30 in Palm Oil) also achieved SMK3 Gold certification
- Strict compliance with minimum wage regulations, no operations or suppliers so far identified where collective bargaining or freedom from forced or child labour are at risk. No registered IndoAgri worker is below age 18.
- Seasonal workers' contracts respect government regulation.
Reducing social conflict
- Smallholders benefit from technical and financial support of IndoAgri and the ISPO certification process is used to ensure no risk for human rights or Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC).
- No Sustainable Palm Oil Policy breaches relating to human rights in 2018.
- Community needs of all sites based on Social Impact Assessment (SIA).
- Another year of no new planting, as well as correct water levels maintained on peatlands under our control.
- Overall guidance on sustainability is led by the CEO in a think tank which comprises Executive Directors of the Group and principal subsidiaries.
- Best CEO (Mid Cap) Award at the Singapore Corporate Governance Awards 2017.
- Full transparency in ongoing enquiries on labour conditions.
Making a positive impact at work
We preserve areas of High Conservation Value (HCV) and High Carbon Stock (HCS) within our operations. Prior to any new planting we use the HCS Approach Toolkit which allows estates to quantify carbon stocks of assets and gauge FPIC in the community. We have conducted HCV assessment on all sites with resultant Rehabilitation Plans on 100% of sites. They are designed to enhance what is there, and principally cover riparian areas.
- Paraquat phase out
We have eliminated the use of Paraquat from all operations since end of March 2018.
- Innovation: yield
Whilst land is finite, and whilst we are working with an efficient and high-yielding crop, we are targeting better yields for commercial performance and to help deliver our Sustainable Palm Oil Policy. The main focus areas are:
- Crop health: fighting pests and diseases for productivity and waste minimisation.
- Careful fertiliser dosages, precision agronomy.
- Physical protection: using hydrology and ecology to promote beneficial plants, insects, and soil micro-fauna.
- Our Smallholder Programme aims to minimise economic risks they face by helping to improve yields; growers understand that their participation in our Smallholder Certification Programme will provide improved productivity, less pressure on natural forests (and safer labour practices).
- Yield maximisation advice and training on Good Agricultural Practices is provided on all plasma estates by specialist Plasma Assistants. Plasma and other smallholders are expected to meet the same quality criteria as nucleus estate suppliers.