TVO has operating in a way of sustainable development according to good governance which covers economy, society and environment to response stakeholders need and supports the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations.
The fuel consumption rate from the chaff was 236 kilograms of the chaff per ton of steam, which decreased from 2021.
The water usage was 0.73 cubic meters per ton of beans, which decreased from 2021.
The proportion of waste utilization compared to total demolition from 91% in 2021 to 94% in 2022.
The number of human rights complain was 0 case.
65 projects that TVO contributed to taking care of the surrounding community, especially for the hygiene of people's health and taking responsible for social and environment.
TVO addressed the value of stakeholder engagement through communication and work procedures in order to receive suggestions to meet the needs and expectations of stakeholders. The stakeholders can be classified into 7 groups, namely: 1) Employees 2) Customers and consumers 3) Suppliers 4) Shareholders 5) Community & Society 6) Competitors and 7) Government Agencies. TVO has procedures that enhance stakeholder engagement through various channels, as follows:
TVO identified, collected, and assessed materiality issues of sustainability through the analysis of the related issues throughout the Company’s supply chain, considering the important factors to business operation in the aspects of economy, society, and environment, in accordance with the requirements, expectations of and impacts towards stakeholders. The four steps of assessment and prioritization as referred to the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standard are as follows:
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